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April 17, 2014 
WXYZ
Sharon L. Levine is featured in a WXYZ story regarding the treatment of retirees under the currently proposed plan of adjustment in city of Detroit’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing.
Sharon L. Levine is featured in a WXYZ story regarding the treatment of retirees under the currently proposed plan of adjustment in city of Detroit’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing. In representing the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Levine stated that the votes in favor of the plan to make cuts to the pensions at 4.5% with no COLA were merely “taking a leap of faith,” as there is no guarantee if the state money does not materialize.
April 15, 2014 
In Compliance Week, Michael Himmel comments on the increasing number of FCPA investigations in industries that have not traditionally been subject to FCPA enforcement actions.
In Compliance WeekMichael Himmel comments on the increasing number of FCPA investigations in industries that have not traditionally been subject to FCPA enforcement actions.
April 9, 2014 
Lowenstein Sandler, Legal Services of Northwest Jersey, and Merck Present Assistance for Homeless Veterans at the White House
April 8, 2014 
Compliance Week
In a Compliance Week article about the Department of Justice’s pursuit of product safety cases, Maureen Ruane comments on how companies should respond to government investigations of wrong doing.
In a Compliance Week article about the Department of Justice’s pursuit of product safety cases, Maureen Ruane comments on how companies should respond to government investigations of wrong doing.
April 7, 2014 
Lowenstein Sandler Named Commercial Litigation Department of the Year
April 7, 2014 
Lowenstein Sandler Draws Private Equity Partner Christopher Henry in from Ropes & Gray
April 2, 2014 
Lowenstein represented Pamplona Capital Management in its acquisition of a majority stake in Alvogen. The Lowenstein deal team was led by Michael Brosse and Traci M. Tomaselli.
Lowenstein Sandler represented Pamplona Capital Management, an investment manager, in its acquisition of a majority stake in Alvogen, a multinational, privately owned pharmaceutical company. The majority stake was acquired from legacy shareholders through Pamplona’s Private Equity Fund III. The Lowenstein deal team was led by Michael Brosse and Traci M. Tomaselli.
April 1, 2014 
New Jersey Law Journal; The Pro Bono Wire
Catherine Weiss is mentioned in the New Jersey Law Journal and The Pro Bono Wire for the firm’s representation of Volunteer Lawyers for Justice in an appeal to lower perceived hurdles to participation in a Ch. 7 bankruptcy clinic for low-income debtors.
Catherine Weiss is mentioned in the New Jersey Law Journal and The Pro Bono Wire in connection with the firm’s representation of Volunteer Lawyers for Justice in an appeal to the New Jersey Supreme Court seeking a legal ethics opinion to lower perceived hurdles to participation in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy clinic for low-income debtors.
March 26, 2014 
Wall Street Journal’s Bankruptcy Beat Blog
Sharon L. Levine publishes first blog post on the Bankruptcy Beat blog in the Wall Street Journal’s The Examiners. Levine comments on the future of corporate restructuring.
Sharon L. Levine publishes first blog post on the Bankruptcy Beat blog in the Wall Street Journal’s The Examiners. Levine comments on the future of corporate restructuring.
March 20, 2014 
North American Windpower
Kim Diamond is quoted in North American Windpower with respect to the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities' (BPU’s) decision not to approve Fishermen’s Energy's proposed 25-megawatt offshore wind demonstration project off the Atlantic City, NJ, coast.
Kimberly E. Diamond is quoted in North American Windpower with respect to the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities' (BPU’s) decision not to approve Fishermen’s Energy's proposed 25-megawatt offshore wind demonstration project off the Atlantic City, NJ, coast.
March 12, 2014 
Lowenstein represented Revolution Lighting Technologies, a leader in advanced LED lighting solutions, in its acquisition of Value Lighting, Inc., a leading supplier of lighting solutions to the multifamily residential industry across the United States.
Lowenstein Sandler represented Revolution Lighting Technologies, a leader in advanced LED lighting solutions, in its acquisition of Value Lighting, Inc., a leading supplier of lighting solutions to the multifamily residential industry across the United States. The acquisition will allow Revolution Lighting to expand into new markets. The total purchase price is $35.6 million plus an earn-out of up to $10 million. The Lowenstein deal team was led by Marita A. Makinen, Marisa A. WhiteJake Filak and Michele J. Alexander.
March 12, 2014 
New Jersey Law Journal
In the New Jersey Law Journal, Catherine Weiss comments on proposed revisions to the court rules governing pro bono practice.
In the New Jersey Law JournalCatherine Weiss comments on proposed revisions to the court rules governing pro bono practice.
March 11, 2014 
Lowenstein Sandler has won what may be an unprecedented victory in New Jersey probate litigation, representing beneficiaries of the Estate of Concetta Stone.
Lowenstein Sandler has won what may be an unprecedented victory in New Jersey probate litigation, representing beneficiaries of the Estate of Concetta Stone. The Superior Court of New Jersey ruled in our clients’ favor in a will contest, upholding the probated will and distributing the estate for the benefit of our clients. The court held that notes prepared by the decedent and found after her death did not constitute a valid will but rather were a “work in progress.” Partners Jeffrey J. Wild, Michael N. Gooen, and Associate Natalie F. Dallavalle led the team.
March 10, 2014 
The Deal Pipeline
Kenneth A. Rosen comments in The Deal Pipeline regarding the liquidation of Ashley Stewart Holdings Inc.’s assets under Chapter 11 protection. Rosen represents Gordon Brothers Group LLP, which won the bid to conduct store closings.
Kenneth A. Rosen comments in The Deal Pipeline regarding the liquidation of Ashley Stewart Holdings Inc.’s assets under Chapter 11 protection. Rosen represents Gordon Brothers Group LLP, which won the bid to conduct store closings.
March 6, 2014 
Lowenstein Sandler Partner Sharon L. Levine Named Fellow of Litigation Counsel of America
March 6, 2014 
Sharon L. Levine, partner and vice chair, Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization & Creditors’ Rights Practice at Lowenstein Sandler, was recently named a Fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America (LCA).
Sharon L. Levine, partner and vice chair, Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization & Creditors’ Rights Practice at Lowenstein Sandler, was recently named a Fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America (LCA).
March 2014 
Ramapo College’s Alumni Newsletter
Ramapo College’s Alumni Newsletter highlights alumnus Kelly Lloyd for applying her Ramapo education to her litigation practice at Lowenstein Sandler, and for her devotion to the public interest.
Ramapo College’s Alumni Newsletter highlights alumnus Kelly Lloyd for applying her Ramapo education to her litigation practice at Lowenstein Sandler, and for her devotion to the public interest and efforts to increase the presence of women in the legal world.
March 1, 2014 
Lowenstein Sandler Takes Top Honors for Client Service
March 1, 2014 
Barron’s
Michael N. Gooen is quoted in Barron’s about the importance of creating flexibility in family trusts.
Michael N. Gooen is quoted in Barron’s about the importance of creating flexibility in family trusts.
February 21, 2014 
New Jersey Spotlight
David Harris is quoted in New Jersey Spotlight for representing the Disability Rights NJ as the lead attorney in the federal lawsuit filed against the state for failing to ensure that special-education students receive an appropriate education.
David Harris is quoted in New Jersey Spotlight for representing the Disability Rights NJ as the lead attorney in the federal lawsuit filed against the state for failing to ensure special-education students are served in the “least restrictive environment.”
February 20, 2014 
Advocates and State of New Jersey Settle Federal Lawsuit to Ensure Students with Disabilities Receive an Appropriate Education
February 19, 2014 
Law360
Nicole Stefanelli is quoted in Law360 for representing New York City Opera Inc. in its Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings.
Nicole Stefanelli is quoted in Law360 for representing New York City Opera Inc. in its Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings.
February 13, 2014 
Plastic News
Nicholas San Filippo IV comments in Plastic News regarding the squeeze on the plastic packaging industry to stay relevant by global consolidation.
Nicholas San Filippo IV comments in Plastic News regarding the squeeze on the plastic packaging industry to stay relevant by global consolidation.
February 13, 2014 
New Jersey Law Journal
Gary Wingens comments in New Jersey Law Journal regarding Lowenstein Sandler’s revenue growth.
Gary Wingens comments in New Jersey Law Journal regarding Lowenstein Sandler’s revenue growth.
February 12, 2014 
The Deal Pipeline
Kenneth A. Rosen is quoted in The Deal Pipeline regarding the auction procedures of the women’s clothing retail business Dots LLC, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Kenneth A. Rosen is quoted in The Deal Pipeline regarding the auction procedures of the women’s clothing retail business Dots LLC, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
February 5, 2014 
The New York Times
The New York Times wrote an editorial endorsing the arguments made in an amicus brief filed in the U.S. S. Ct. in Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. v. Sebelius on behalf of Professor Frederick Mark Gedicks and 20 other law professors.
The New York Times wrote an editorial endorsing the arguments made in an amicus brief filed in the U.S. S. Ct. in Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. v. Sebelius on behalf of Professor Frederick Mark Gedicks and 20 other law professors. (Catherine Weiss, Natalie Kraner, Michael Hampson, Joe Fischetti, and Meg Slachetka).
February 3, 2014 
Wall Street Journal
Kenneth A. Rosen comments in the Wall Street Journal on potential buyers interested in Dots LLC, which has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Kenneth A. Rosen comments in the Wall Street Journal on potential buyers interested in Dots LLC, which has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
January 30, 2014 
The New York Times
Ira Lee Sorkin was quoted in The New York Times.
Ira Lee Sorkin was quoted in The New York Times. 
January 28, 2014 
Thomson Reuters
In a Thomson Reuters article, Matt Savare comments on how the Federal Trade Commission is taking online privacy seriously when it comes to digital commerce and advertising.
In a Thomson Reuters article, Matt Savare comments on how the Federal Trade Commission is taking online privacy seriously when it comes to digital commerce and advertising, especially regarding children, in light of the FTC’s proposed consent order in which Apple has agreed to pay $32.5 million to settle charges that it allowed children to make unauthorized in-app purchases through their parents’ iTunes accounts.
January 27, 2014 
Former NJ Comptroller Matthew Boxer Rejoins Lowenstein Sandler to Lead Corporate Investigations and Integrity Practice
January 2014 
Bloomberg News, Today’s General Counsel, New Jersey Law Journal, Wall Street Journal, The Star Ledger, PolitickerNJ, NJBiz, Law360, The National Law Journal
In Bloomberg News, Today’s General Counsel, New Jersey Law Journal, Wall Street Journal, The Star Ledger, PolitickerNJ, NJBiz, Law360 and The National Law Journal, Matthew Boxer is mentioned as rejoining Lowenstein Sandler LLP.
In Bloomberg News, Today’s General Counsel, New Jersey Law Journal, Wall Street Journal, The Star Ledger, PolitickerNJNJBiz, Law360 and The National Law Journal, Matthew Boxer is mentioned as rejoining Lowenstein Sandler LLP as a Partner and Chair of the firm's Corporate Investigations and Integrity practice.
January 25, 2014 
Philadelphia Inquirer
Editorial on Matthew Boxer: New Jersey’s alpha watchdog
Editorial on Matthew Boxer: New Jersey’s alpha watchdog
January 24, 2014 
The Free Lance-Star
Jason Teele is quoted by The Free Lance-Star in the bankruptcy court case of the Free Lance-Star Publishing Co. of Fredericksburg, Virginia, which has filed for restructuring under Chapter 11 protection.
Jason Teele is quoted by The Free Lance-Star in the bankruptcy court case of the Free Lance-Star Publishing Co. of Fredericksburg, Virginia, which has filed for restructuring under Chapter 11 protection. Lowenstein Sandler represents Sandton Capital Partners, the largest creditor of FLS.
January 21, 2014 
Private Equity Lawyer Michael A. Brosse Joins Lowenstein Sandler’s Fast-Growing Corporate Department
January 17, 2014 
Newark Star Ledger
Editorial on Matthew Boxer: Matthew Boxer, who uncovered millions in waste and corruption, leaves today
Editorial on Matthew Boxer: Matthew Boxer, who uncovered millions in waste and corruption, leaves today
January 10, 2014 
South Jersey Times
Editorial on Matthew Boxer: A taxpayers’ TKO from this Boxer
Editorial on Matthew Boxer: A taxpayers’ TKO from this Boxer
January 8, 2014 
Lowenstein Sandler Elects Five New Partners
December 26, 2013 
Pando.com
Ed Zimmerman is featured in pando.com as the founder and Chair of FirstGrowthVentureNetwork. The article refers to FirstGrowth as “New York’s best accelerator. . .with a stellar reputation.”
Ed Zimmerman is featured in pando.com as the founder and Chair of First Growth Venture Network. The article refers to FirstGrowth as “New York’s best accelerator. . .with a stellar reputation”
December 26, 2013 
Trenton Times
Editorial on Matthew Boxer: N.J. Comptroller Matthew Boxer deserves praise for outstanding investigatory work
Editorial on Matthew Boxer: N.J. Comptroller Matthew Boxer deserves praise for outstanding investigatory work
December 23, 2013 
Lowenstein Helps Indorama Ventures Close Loans Totaling 1 Billion Dollars
December 23, 2013 
Lowenstein Represented Indorama Ventures Close Loans Totaling $1 Billion
Lowenstein Sandler represented Indorama Ventures Public Company Limited (“IVL”) in the United States of America with the negotiation and closing of a $640 million term loan from a consortium of banks based in Asia, including The Siam Commercial Bank Public Company Limited, Krung Thai Bank Public Company Limited and Bangkok Bank Public Company Limited, which were the mandated lead arrangers and book runners. The loan closed on December 23, 2013. Simultaneously, we represented the U.S. operating subsidiaries of IVL in connection with the closing of a combined working-capital facility, led by Regions Bank, as agent for itself, and Bank of America, totaling $360 million of commitments. IVL’s operating companies in the United States are PET producers StarPet, Inc., and AlphaPet, Inc.; polyester fiber and resin producer Auriga Polymers Inc.; purified ethylene oxide & monoethylene glycol producer Indorama Ventures (Oxide & Glycols) LLC; and polyolefin fiber manufacturers FiberVisions Products, Inc., and FiberVisions Manufacturing Company. The Lowenstein Sandler teams that closed both the term and revolving loans were led by Partner Nicholas San Filippo and Senior Counsel Stuart S. Yusem and included Thomas E. Feeney, Edward J. Newlands, Demitrios (Jimmy) MoustakisSam E. Khan and Michael Amalfe.
December 20, 2013 
Reuters.com
Sharon L. Levine is quoted by Reuters as urging the appeals court in Detroit’s Chapter 9 bankruptcy to decide quickly and in favor of protecting the pensions of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME).
Sharon L. Levine is quoted by Reuters as urging the appeals court in Detroit’s Chapter 9 bankruptcy to decide quickly and in favor of protecting the pensions of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME).
December 20, 2013 
The Deal Pipeline
Bruce D. Buechler comments in The Deal Pipeline on the issues relating to Chapter 7 trustees operating a debtor’s business during the Chapter 7 case.
Bruce D. Buechler comments in The Deal Pipeline on the issues relating to Chapter 7 trustees operating a debtor’s business during the Chapter 7 case.
December 18, 2013 
Wall Street Journal
Nicole Stefanelli comments in the Wall Street Journal on the bankruptcy court ruling that denied New York City Opera’s motions to refund ticket fees to customers who paid for canceled performances and to provide severance to full-time employees.
Nicole Stefanelli comments in the Wall Street Journal on the bankruptcy court ruling that denied New York City Opera’s motions to refund ticket fees to customers who paid for canceled performances and to provide severance to full-time employees who lost their jobs.
December 18, 2013 
Wall Street Journal; UPI.com
In the Wall Street Journal and UPI.com, Michael Himmel is highlighted for representing a former executive of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey in an investigation into lane closures at the George Washington Bridge.
In the Wall Street Journal and on UPI.comMichael Himmel is highlighted for representing a former executive of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey in an investigation into lane closures at the George Washington Bridge.
December 16, 2013 
ABC News
Sharon L. Levine is quoted by ABC News in support of an immediate appeal to a higher court of Detroit’s Chapter 9 bankruptcy.
Sharon L. Levine is quoted by ABC News in support of an immediate appeal to a higher court of Detroit’s Chapter 9 bankruptcy. Levine represents the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) and argued for protection of the union members’ pensions. She stated that unless the recent ruling allowing pension cuts is overturned, it could adversely affect other struggling municipalities’ pension benefits.
December 13, 2013 
The Deal Pipeline
John D. Hogoboom comments on proposed changes to Regulation D reporting rules in The Deal Pipeline.
John D. Hogoboom comments on proposed changes to Regulation D reporting rules in The Deal Pipeline.
December 12, 2013 
Wall Street Journal
S. Jason Teele is featured in the Wall Street Journal for representing Global Aviation Holdings Inc. in a Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization. The attorneys donated leftover settlement money to charity.
S. Jason Teele is featured in the Wall Street Journal for representing Global Aviation Holdings Inc. in a Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization with an unusual result: the attorneys in the matter decided to donate leftover settlement money to charity. The American Bankruptcy Institute’s endowment fund was the recipient.
December 12, 2013 
NACM’s eNews
In NACM’s eNews for December 12, 2013, Bruce Nathan comments on how the recent Supreme Court ruling regarding forum-selection clauses continues to allow opportunities for subcontractors in contract negotiations.
In NACM’s eNews for December 12, 2013, Bruce Nathan comments on how the recent Supreme Court ruling regarding forum-selection clauses continues to allow opportunities for subcontractors in contract negotiations.
December 10, 2013 
Lowenstein Sandler represented Celldex Therapeutics in $191 m. (gross) underwritten public offering of common stock, closed 12/10/13. The team: Anthony Pergola, Michael Lerner and Alan Wovsaniker, with Meredith Prithviraj, Jared Heady and Robert Paradiso.
Lowenstein Sandler represented Celldex Therapeutics in its $191 million (gross) underwritten public offering of common stock, which closed on December 10, 2013. Jefferies LLC and Leerink Swann LLC acted as joint book-running managers of the offering. Guggenheim Securities, Oppenheimer & Co. Inc., Wedbush PacGrow Life Sciences, Brean Capital, LLC, Cantor Fitzgerald & Co. and ROTH Capital Partners acted as co-managers of the offering. The Lowenstein Sandler team was led by Anthony O. PergolaMichael J. Lerner and Alan Wovsaniker, with Meredith PrithvirajJared Heady and Robert Paradiso. Celldex is developing targeted therapeutics to address devastating diseases for which available treatments are inadequate. Celldex’s pipeline is built from a proprietary portfolio of antibodies and immunomodulators used alone and in strategic combinations to create novel, disease-specific therapies that induce, enhance or suppress the body’s immune response.
December 10, 2013 
On behalf of Aramark Corporation, Lowenstein Sandler won a significant victory in a civil case brought in Federal Court in Rochester, New York. The Lowenstein team consisted of Partner David Field and Associate Michael Kaplan.
On behalf of Aramark Corporation, Lowenstein Sandler won a significant victory in a civil case brought in Federal Court in Rochester, New York. The plaintiff in the case claimed to be totally disabled due to internal head injuries resulting from an accident that occurred on property managed by Aramark. The claim was bifurcated into two phases – liability and damages. The jury determined that Aramark was not liable and therefore prevented the second phase. The Lowenstein team consisted of Partner David Field and Associate Michael Kaplan.
December 8, 2013 
The Star Ledger
In The Star Ledger, Catherine Weiss comments on the increasing number of low-income families who need legal assistance and how drastic reductions in funding for legal services leave many families without representation.
In The Star LedgerCatherine Weiss comments on the increasing number of low-income families who need legal assistance and how drastic reductions in funding for legal services leave many families without representation.
December 5, 2013 
Wall Street Journal
Lowenstein is representing a committee of bondholders holding Global A&T Electronics (GATE) USD $625m 10% due-2019 senior secured notes. The bondholders are seeking to reverse an exchange of second-lien notes that they claim has weakened their holdings.
In the Wall Street Journal, Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for representing a committee of bondholders holding Global A&T Electronics (GATE) USD $625m 10% due-2019 senior secured notes. The bondholders are seeking to reverse an exchange of second-lien notes that they claim has weakened their holdings.
December 5, 2013 
Law360
S. Levine and P. Gross have been recognized in Law360 as “Legal Lions” for representing the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) in its fight for pensions and other benefits in Detroit’s Chapter 9 bankruptcy proceeding.
Sharon L. Levine and Philip J. Gross have been recognized in the Law360 Weekly Verdict column as “Legal Lions” for representing the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) in its fight for pensions and other benefits in the city of Detroit’s Chapter 9 bankruptcy proceeding and in AFSCME’s appeal of the bankruptcy court’s ruling that Detroit is eligible for Chapter 9 relief. Detroit’s Chapter 9 case is the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history.
December 2013 
Trial Victory in Jarwick Developments, Inc. v. Wilf
November 22, 2013 
Asbury Park Press
Jeffrey Wild is highlighted for obtaining a TRO that enabled the homeless residents of Lakewood’s Tent City to survive with their wood-burning stoves in sub-freezing cold, despite Lakewood’s efforts to make it illegal for the homeless to do so.
In the Asbury Park PressJeffrey Wild is highlighted for obtaining a temporary restraining order that enabled the homeless residents of Lakewood’s Tent City to survive with their wood-burning stoves in sub-freezing cold, despite Lakewood’s efforts to make it illegal for the homeless to do so.
November 22, 2013 
Wall Street Journal
In the Wall Street Journal, Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted as the legal advisor to Liazon Corporation in the $215 million acquisition by Towers Watson. Anthony O. Pergola led the team at Lowenstein Sandler which assisted Liazon in that transaction.
In the Wall Street Journal, Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted as the legal advisor to Liazon Corporation in the $215 million acquisition by Towers Watson. Anthony O. Pergola led the team at Lowenstein Sandler which assisted Liazon in that transaction.
November 21, 2013 
Asbury Park Press
In Asbury Park Press, Jeffrey Wild comments on how a township ordinance banning outdoor fires will affect the homeless population in Lakewood’s Tent City and violates the law requiring the government to provide emergency shelter to those in need.
In Asbury Park PressJeffrey Wild comments on how a township ordinance banning outdoor fires will affect the homeless population in Lakewood’s Tent City and violates the law requiring the government to provide emergency shelter to those in need.
November 12, 2013 
The New York Times
In The New York Times, the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law comments on a report on emergency planning for elections that Lowenstein Sandler co-authored.
In The New York Times, the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law comments on a report on emergency planning for elections that Lowenstein Sandler co-authored.
November 8, 2013 
Law360
Sharon L. Levine, Wojciech F. Jung and Philip J. Gross are mentioned in Law360 for representing the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) in the Detroit Chapter 9 bankruptcy proceeding.
Sharon L. LevineWojciech F. Jung and Philip J. Gross are mentioned in Law360 for representing the American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) in the Detroit Chapter 9 bankruptcy proceeding. The legal arguments centered around the constitutionality of Detroit’s filing.
November 8, 2013 
The New York Times
In The New York Times, Sharon L. Levine is highlighted in the closing arguments of the Detroit Chapter 9 bankruptcy hearing as the attorney for the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees.
In The New York TimesSharon L. Levine is highlighted in the closing arguments of the Detroit Chapter 9 bankruptcy hearing as the attorney for the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees.
November 2013 
Lowenstein Sandler represented Liazon Corporation, a leader in developing and delivering private benefit exchanges for active employees, in its acquisition by Towers Watson (NYSE, NASDAQ: TW), a global professional services company.
Lowenstein Sandler represented Liazon Corporation, a leader in developing and delivering private benefit exchanges for active employees, in its acquisition by Towers Watson (NYSE, NASDAQ: TW), a global professional services company. The purchase price is $215 million. Anthony O. Pergola and Edward M. Zimmerman have led the Lowenstein Sandler team providing support for Liazon since 2009, including in connection with venture capital rounds led by Bain Capital and Bessemer Venture Partners and in other strategic matters. The Lowenstein deal team also included Carmen Conring DeMatteis, Marita A. Makinen, Michele Alexander, Mark P. KesslenLisa A. Harvey and Mark A. Holdsworth, among others.
October 31, 2013 
Debtwire
Steven E. Siesser and Sharon L. Levine are highlighted in Debtwire as lead counsel for the ad hoc committee of bondholders under Global A&T Electronics (GATE) 10% Senior Secured Notes due 2019.
Steven E. Siesser and Sharon Levine are highlighted in Debtwire as lead counsel for the ad hoc committee of bondholders under Global A&T Electronics (GATE) 10% Senior Secured Notes due 2019.
October 30, 2013 
Lowenstein Sandler Partner Michael P. Vito Named Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel
October 29, 2013 
Lawyers' Committee For Civil Rights Under Law
On the anniversary of Superstorm Sandy the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law released a report titled “Expecting the Unexpected: Election Planning for Emergencies,” written in conjunction with Lowenstein Sandler and other leading firms.
On the anniversary of Superstorm Sandy the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law released a report titled “Expecting the Unexpected: Election Planning for Emergencies,” written in conjunction with Lowenstein Sandler and other leading firms that participated in the Election Protection program in the wake of the storm.
October 25, 2013 
“Storming for the Vote: Hurricane Sandy and the Election” Documentary
In the documentary “Storming for the Vote: Hurricane Sandy and the Election,” Catherine Weiss comments on New Jersey resident’s determination to vote even while thousands were displaced from their homes.
In the documentary “Storming for the Vote: Hurricane Sandy and the Election,” Catherine Weiss comments on New Jersey resident’s determination to vote even while thousands were displaced from their homes.
October 24, 2013 
Detroit Free Press, The Detroit News
John Sherwood is quoted in Detroit Free Press and The Detroit News regarding the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) in Detroit’s Chapter 9 bankruptcy proceedings.
John Sherwood is quoted in Detroit Free Press and The Detroit News regarding the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) in Detroit’s Chapter 9 bankruptcy proceedings.
October 22, 2013 
CNBC.com
In a CNBC.com article, Christopher Loeber comments on how Superstorm Sandy served as a wakeup call for businesses to ensure their insurance policies cover flooding and storm damage.
In a CNBC.com article, Christopher Loeber comments on how Superstorm Sandy served as a wakeup call for businesses to ensure their insurance policies cover flooding and storm damage.
October 22, 2013 
The New York Times, CNBC
Sharon L. Levine is quoted in The New York Times and interviewed on CNBC for challenging the constitutionality of Detroit’s Chapter 9 bankruptcy.
Sharon L. Levine is quoted in The New York Times and interviewed on CNBC for challenging the constitutionality of Detroit’s Chapter 9 bankruptcy. Levine’s representation of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) has thrust the constitutionality of Detroit’s bankruptcy into Federal bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes’ courtroom. In what may be a precedent-setting decision for Chapter 9 filings, Levine argued that by filing for bankruptcy, Detroit violated both the federal and state constitutions, particularly the clause regarding pensions. She asserted that Michigan’s emergency-manager law doesn’t allow wholesale takeover of city and thus violates “home rule” provisions, allowing citizens to choose their form of government.
October 21, 2013 
Former Credit Suisse Director of Alternative Investments Joins Lowenstein Sandler
October 15, 2013 
Risk & Insurance
In Risk & Insurance, Michael Himmel comments on the recent increase in anti-corruption investigations and enforcement actions.
In Risk & InsuranceMichael Himmel comments on the recent increase in anti-corruption investigations and enforcement actions.
October 15, 2013 
Healthcare Info Security
Maureen A. Ruane discusses recent trends in health care fraud enforcement, how electronic health record systems are creating new potential opportunities for fraud, and steps health care providers can take to prevent medical ID theft.
In the Healthcare Info Security podcast “The Role of EHRs in Healthcare Fraud,” Maureen A. Ruane discusses recent trends in health care fraud enforcement, how electronic health record systems are creating new potential opportunities for fraud, and steps health care providers can take to prevent medical ID theft.
October 14, 2013 
DowJones
In DowJones, Kenneth A. Rosen and Nicole Stefanelli comment on the potential merger opportunities for New York City Opera.
In DowJones, Kenneth A. Rosen and Nicole Stefanelli comment on the potential merger opportunities for New York City Opera.
October 10, 2013 
Law360
In Law360, Christopher Loeber discusses how the New Jersey Supreme Court’s opinion in Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance Co. v. New Jersey Property-Liability Insurance Guaranty Association benefits policyholders.
In Law360Christopher Loeber discusses how the New Jersey Supreme Court’s opinion in Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance Co. v. New Jersey Property-Liability Insurance Guaranty Association benefits policyholders.
October 10, 2013 
Law360, Bloomberg
Kenneth A. Rosen comments in Law360 and Bloomberg as New York City Opera discusses merger opportunities with a “potential suitor” to preserve parts of the 70 year old iconic institution.
Kenneth A. Rosen comments in Law360 and Bloomberg as New York City Opera discusses merger opportunities with a “potential suitor” to preserve parts of the 70 year old iconic institution.
October 8, 2013 
The DealFlow Report
In The DealFlow Report, Jack Hogoboom comments on the effects of the SEC’s review of the definition and requirements for the “accredited investor.”
Jack Hogoboom comments on the effects of the SEC’s review of the definition and requirements for the “accredited investor.”
October 7, 2013 
The Pink Sheet
In The Pink Sheet, Maureen Ruane’s return to Lowenstein Sandler to lead the Health Care Litigation, Investigations & Compliance Practice is highlighted.
In The Pink Sheet, Maureen Ruane’s return to Lowenstein Sandler to lead the Health Care Litigation, Investigations & Compliance Practice is highlighted.
October 3, 2013 
Crain's New York Business, The Deal Pipeline, Law360, Bloomberg
Kenneth A. Rosen is quoted in Crain’s New York Business, The Deal Pipeline, Law360 and Bloomberg as representing New York City Opera Inc. in its filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Kenneth A. Rosen is quoted in Crain's New York Business, The Deal PipelineLaw360 and Bloomberg as representing New York City Opera Inc. in its filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
October 3, 2013 
Compliance Intelligence
Michael Long comments on how differences in pay to play and lobbyist registration laws from state to state make it difficult for investment management chief compliance officers to develop consistent national policies and procedures at their firms.
Michael Long comments on how differences in pay to play and lobbyist registration laws from state to state make it difficult for investment management chief compliance officers to develop consistent national policies and procedures at their firms.
October 1, 2013 
Bloomberg.com
Kenneth A. Rosen comments on the New York City Opera’s expected imminent filing for bankruptcy protection in Bloomberg.com.
Kenneth A. Rosen comments on the New York City Opera’s expected imminent filing for bankruptcy protection in Bloomberg.com.
September 30, 2013 
HispanicBusiness.com
On HispanicBusiness.com , Miguel Alexander Pozo is highlighted for being name president of the Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA).
On HispanicBusiness.com, Miguel Alexander Pozo is highlighted for being named as National President of the Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA).
September 27, 2013 
FUNDfire
Peter Greene and Elaine Hughes are quoted in FUNDfire on the economics of “funds of one” for managers and institutional investors.
Peter Greene and Elaine Hughes are quoted in FUNDfire on the economics of “funds of one” for managers and institutional investors.
September 27, 2013 
The Star Ledger
In The Star Ledger, Catherine Weiss comments on the New Jersey Supreme Court’s ruling ordering the Council on Affordable Housing to issue rules requiring towns to provide affordable housing for low- and moderate-income families in their regions.
In The Star LedgerCatherine Weiss comments on the New Jersey Supreme Court’s ruling ordering the Council on Affordable Housing to issue rules requiring towns to provide affordable housing for low- and moderate-income families in their regions.
September 26, 2013 
N.J. Supreme Court decision on “growth share” formula is a major victory for people who need affordable homes, say planning, housing advocates
September 25, 2013 
The Star Ledger
In The Star Ledger, Catherine Weiss comments on the New Jersey Supreme Court’s decision upholding property tax exemptions for nonprofit providers of supportive housing for people with psychiatric disabilities.
In The Star LedgerCatherine Weiss comments on the New Jersey Supreme Court’s decision upholding property tax exemptions for nonprofit providers of supportive housing for people with psychiatric disabilities.
September 25, 2013 
New Jersey Supreme Court Upholds Property Tax Exemptions for Supportive Housing
September 23, 2013 
Bloomberg TV’s Money Moves with Deirdre Bolton
In an Interview on Bloomberg TV’s "Money Moves with Deirdre Bolton," Lowenstein Sandler Tech Group Chair Ed Zimmerman discusses proprietary deal flow in venture capital post-JOBS Act.
In an Interview on Bloomberg TV’s "Money Moves with Deirdre Bolton," Lowenstein Sandler Tech Group Chair Ed Zimmerman discusses proprietary deal flow in venture capital post-JOBS Act.
September 23, 2013 
Bloomberg TV’s Money Moves with Deirdre Bolton
In an interview on Bloomberg TV's "Money Moves with Deirdre Bolton," Lowenstein Sandler Tech Group Chair Ed Zimmerman discusses IPOs and how the JOBS Act will impact venture & growth funding.
In an interview on Bloomberg TV's "Money Moves with Deirdre Bolton," Lowenstein Sandler Tech Group Chair Ed Zimmerman discusses IPOs and how the JOBS Act will impact venture & growth funding.
September 19, 2013 
NACM's eNews
In NACM’s eNews for September 19, Bruce Nathan comments on how increased environmental regulations are putting financial strain on coal mines and causing many to shut down.
In NACM’s eNews for September 19, Bruce Nathan comments on how increased environmental regulations are putting financial strain on coal mines and causing many to shut down.
September 17, 2013 
Law360
Lynda Bennett discusses the implications of the NJ Supreme Court’s significant ruling in Potomac Insurance Co. of Illinois v. Pennsylvania Manufacturers Association Insurance Co. et al.
In Law360, Lynda Bennett discusses the implications of the New Jersey Supreme Court’s significant ruling in Potomac Insurance Co. of Illinois v. Pennsylvania Manufacturers Association Insurance Co. et al., which allows insurers to sue fellow insurers to recoup defense costs. The opinion settles the issue of whether the “continuous trigger” applies in construction defect claims – establishing for the first time that it does. As Lynda notes, the ruling is also expected to have far-reaching implications beyond construction defect claims and can also be used in tort cases where “big dollars” are involved.
September 12, September 19, September 26, 2013 
The HedgeFund Law Report
In a three-part series, Scott H. Moss is prominently featured in The HedgeFund Law Report for his comments regarding in-house hedge fund marketers and broker registration considerations.
In a three-part series, Scott H. Moss is prominently featured in The HedgeFund Law Report for his comments regarding in-house hedge fund marketers and broker registration considerations.
September 11, 2013 
Philadelphia Inquirer
Matthew Boxer quoted in, Agency finds overbilling in Shore cleanup.
Matthew Boxer quoted in, Agency finds overbilling in Shore cleanup
September 10, 2013 
Lowenstein Sandler’s Miguel Alexander Pozo Sworn in as President of the Hispanic National Bar Association
September 2013 
Bloomberg Law, Compliance Week, Wall Street Journal’s Market Watch, Law360 and Sacramento Bee
In Bloomberg Law, Compliance Week, Wall Street Journal’s Market Watch, Law360 and Sacramento Bee, Maureen Ruane’s return to Lowenstein Sandler to lead the Health Care Litigation, Investigations & Compliance Practice is highlighted.
In Bloomberg Law, Compliance Week, Wall Street Journal’s Market WatchLaw360 and Sacramento BeeMaureen Ruane’s return to Lowenstein Sandler to lead the Health Care Litigation, Investigations & Compliance Practice is highlighted.
September 9, 2013 
Lowenstein Sandler’s Miguel Alexander Pozo Sworn in as President of the Hispanic National Bar Association
September 9, 2013 
Dow Jones DBR Small Cap
In Dow Jones DBR Small Cap, S. Jason Teele comments on how the time and expense...
In Dow Jones DBR Small Cap, S. Jason Teele comments on how the time and expense of removing controversial Yankees star Alex Rodriguez from the upcoming animated film Henry & Me led to the Chapter 11 filing of Creative Group Acquisition Co., a post production facility that owns a piece of the project.
September, 9 2013 
Former Health Care Fraud Chief Starts Lowenstein Sandler’s Health Care Litigation, Investigations & Compliance Practice
August 29, 2013 
NACM’s eNews
In NACM’s eNews for August 29, Bruce Nathan comments on problems in the retail industry that are of growing concern to creditors including retailers that are overleveraged, have inadequately responded to e-commerce and made poor management decisions.
In NACM’s eNews for August 29, Bruce Nathan comments on problems in the retail industry that are of growing concern to creditors including retailers that are overleveraged, have inadequately responded to e-commerce and made poor management decisions.
August 23, 2013 
Law360
In Law360, Matt Savare comments on challenges advertisers and celebrity endorsers face while attempting to comply with the Federal Trade Commission’s new “Dot Com Disclosures” guidelines.
In Law360Matt Savare comments on challenges advertisers and celebrity endorsers face while attempting to comply with the Federal Trade Commission’s new “Dot Com Disclosures” guidelines.
August 22, 2013 
NACM’s eNews
In NACM’s eNews for August 22, Bruce Nathan comments on how the constitutionality of the Detroit bankruptcy...
In NACM’s eNews for August 22, Bruce Nathan comments on how the constitutionality of the Detroit bankruptcy, with respect to both the United States and Michigan constitutions, makes this Chapter 9 case one of the most complex and interesting cases in the history of municipality bankruptcies and a case that will be watched by other cities with similar problems to those faced by Detroit.
August 21, 2013 
Lowenstein Represents Regado Biosciences in Initial Public Offering
August 20, 2013 
Wall Street Journal
Matthew Boxer mentioned in, Tax Shift in Jersey City; New Mayor Aims to Attract Development to Less Saturated Neighborhoods
Matthew Boxer mentioned in, Tax Shift in Jersey City; New Mayor Aims to Attract Development to Less Saturated Neighborhoods
August 19, 2013 
Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Forbes, Reuters
Sharon L. Levine is featured in Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Forbes and Reuters for filing an objection to Detroit’s Chapter 9 bankruptcy
Sharon L. Levine is featured in Bloomberg BusinessWeekForbesLaw360 and  Reuters for filing an objection to Detroit’s Chapter 9 bankruptcy filing on behalf of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME). Levine serves as bankruptcy counsel for the union.
August 15, 2013 
Lowenstein Represents Tower International in Connection with $160 Million Secondary Offering and Repricing of Term Loan Facility
August 13, 2013 
Law360
Law360 reported that a Pennsylvania federal judge granted a motion to dismiss filed by Donald Corbett and Richard Wolter on behalf of certain defendants in Alan Schmidt v. John Skolas et. al.
Law360 reported that a Pennsylvania federal judge granted a motion to dismiss filed by Donald Corbett and Richard Wolter on behalf of certain defendants in Alan Schmidt v. John Skolas et. al., dismissing a putative shareholder class action filed in connection with the dissolution of a biotech company.
August 8, 2013 
The Star-Ledger
Matthew Boxer mentioned in, State unit to investigate pension, disability fraud
Matthew Boxer mentioned in, State unit to investigate pension, disability fraud
August 8, 2013 
NACM eNews
Bruce Nathan comments on reasons for the decline of commercial Chapter 11 filings over the past year and prior years in NACM eNews, August 8, 2013.
Bruce Nathan comments on reasons for the decline of commercial Chapter 11 filings over the past year and prior years in NACM eNews, August 8, 2013.
August 4, 2013 
Wall Street Journal
In the Wall Street Journal, Sharon L. Levine is highlighted as one of three women representing main parties in Detroit's $18 billion Chapter 9 bankruptcy.
In the Wall Street JournalSharon L. Levine is highlighted as one of three women representing main parties in Detroit's $18 billion Chapter 9 bankruptcy.  Ms. Levine represents the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees in the case.
August 2013 
Law360, The Star Ledger
Lynda Bennett comments on the effectiveness of New Jersey’s mandatory meditation program following Superstorm Sandy.
In Law360 and the Star Ledger,  Lynda A. Bennett comments on the effectiveness of New Jersey’s mandatory meditation program following Superstorm Sandy, noting that policyholders have successfully challenged early denials from insurers and obtained significant recoveries without the need for costly litigation.
August 1, 2013 
Lowenstein Represents Rutgers in First Amendment Class Action
July 31, 2013 
DowJones Daily Bankruptcy Review
Sharon L. Levine is featured in the DowJones Daily Bankruptcy Review for representing the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees in the Chapter 9 case of the City of Detroit. Dbr.dowjones.com, July 31, 2013
Sharon L. Levine is featured in the DowJones Daily Bankruptcy Review for representing the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees in the Chapter 9 case of the City of Detroit.
July 2013 
Lowenstein Represents Detroit’s Largest Union in City Bankruptcy Proceedings
July 28, 2013 
The Star-Ledger
Matthew Boxer profiled in, N.J. Comptroller Matthew Boxer not afraid to take on the state’s power brokers
Matthew Boxer profiled in, N.J. Comptroller Matthew Boxer not afraid to take on the state’s power brokers
July 25, 2013 
NACM's e-News
In NACM’s e-News for July 25, Bruce Nathan comments on the complexity of Detroit’s Chapter 9 bankruptcy filing, its effect on other cities facing the same problems as Detroit and its impact on trade creditors.
In NACM’s e-News for July 25Bruce Nathan comments on the complexity of Detroit’s Chapter 9 bankruptcy filing, its effect on other cities facing the same problems as Detroit and its impact on trade creditors. 
July 24, 2013 
The Deal Pipeline
In The Deal Pipeline, Sharon L. Levine and Philip J. Gross are highlighted for representing the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees in the Chapter 9 case of the City of Detroit.
In The Deal Pipeline, Sharon L. Levine and Philip J. Gross are highlighted for representing the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees in the Chapter 9 case of the City of Detroit.
July 24, 2013 
The Wall Street Journal
Matthew Magidson comments on the use of internally-derived values for positions in light of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. seeking to collect $3.2 billion on derivatives through 2015.
Matthew Magidson comments on the use of internally-derived values for positions in light of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. seeking to collect $3.2 billion on derivatives through 2015.
July 24, 2013 
The Washington Post
Sharon L. Levine comments in The Washington Post on public pensions on behalf of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees in the Chapter 9 case of the City of Detroit.
Sharon L. Levine comments in The Washington Post on public pensions on behalf of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees in the Chapter 9 case of the City of Detroit.
July 23, 2013 
Corporate Secretary
In a Corporate Secretary article, Michael Himmel discusses trends in FCPA investigations including an increasing number of enforcement actions against individuals and federal authorities calling on US Attorneys Offices for assistance.
In a Corporate Secretary article, Michael Himmel discusses trends in FCPA investigations including an increasing number of enforcement actions against individuals and federal authorities calling on US Attorneys Offices for assistance. Himmel also comments on the need to train compliance officials doing business in third world countries considered ‘hotbed’ areas of FCPA corruption.
July 15, 2013 
BNA Securities Regulation & Law Report
In BNA Securities Regulation & Law Report, Matthew Magidson comments on the positive impact of the CFTC and European Commission’s agreement on substituted compliance ‘path forward’, BNA Securities Regulation & Law Report, July 15, 2013
In BNA Securities Regulation & Law ReportMatthew Magidson comments on the positive impact of the CFTC and European Commission’s agreement on substituted compliance ‘path forward’.
July 12, 2013 
Law360
Matthew Magidson comments in a Law360 article on the implications of the CFTC's derivatives plans for non-U.S. companies
Matthew Magidson comments in a Law360 article on the implications of the CFTC's derivatives plans for non-U.S. companies.
July 2013 
NY1
In July 11 and July 16 interviews with NY1 News, Michael Vito comments on how the repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act affects taxes and healthcare insurance for same-sex couples.
In July 11 and July 16 interviews with NY1 News, Michael P. Vito comments on how the repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act affects taxes and healthcare insurance for same-sex couples.
July 11, 2013 
Law360
In Law360, Sharon L. Levine, S. Jason Teele and Nicole Stefanelli are highlighted for representing Coach America. On July 11, 2013, the estate of Coach America Inc. settled a dispute with Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations LLC.
In Law360, Sharon L. LevineS. Jason Teele and Nicole Stefanelli are highlighted for representing Coach America.  On July 11, 2013, the estate of Coach America Inc. settled a dispute with Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations LLC.
July 8, 2013 
Elizabeth Cundiff-Kluhspies Joins Lowenstein Sandler as CMO
July 8, 2013 
Law360
Lynda A. Bennett comments on the large number of broker malpractice claims that have emerged in the wake of Superstorm Sandy and changes that may result in the ways that brokers approach fulfillment of their duties to policyholders.
In Law360Lynda A. Bennett comments on the large number of broker malpractice claims that have emerged in the wake of Superstorm Sandy and changes that may result in the ways that brokers approach fulfillment of their duties to policyholders. In particular, Bennett points to changes in the policy renewal process, an increase in requests for broker agreements, and the need to negotiate claims handling agreements.
July 1, 2013 
The Deal Pipeline
In The Deal Pipeline, Sharon L. Levine is highlighted for serving as legal counsel to LKL Investments, a lender in the refinancing of Lakeland Industries, Inc.
In The Deal Pipeline, Sharon L. Levine is highlighted for serving as legal counsel to LKL Investments, a lender in the refinancing of Lakeland Industries, Inc.
June 2013 
Bloomberg, Sacramento Bee, MarketWatch
In Bloomberg, The Sacramento Bee, and MarketWatch, Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Michele J. Alexander as a partner in the Business Tax Counseling & Structuring practice is highlighted.
In Bloomberg, The Sacramento Bee, and MarketWatch, Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Michele J. Alexander as a partner in the Business Tax Counseling & Structuring practice is highlighted.
June 24, 2013 
Michele J. Alexander Joins Lowenstein Sandler’s Tax Group
June 21, 2013 
The Deal Pipeline
In The Deal Pipeline, Sharon L. Levin, Jeffrey Prol and Bruce Nathan are highlighted for representing the official committee of unsecured creditors in the Handy Hardware Wholesale, Inc. bankruptcy.
In The Deal Pipeline, Sharon L. Levine, Jeffrey Prol and Bruce Nathan are highlighted for representing the official committee of unsecured creditors in the Handy Hardware Wholesale, Inc. bankruptcy. 
June 2013 
New Jersey Lawyers Magazine
Robert Towey is highlighted for representing soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan in medical and disability appeals through the Military Legal Assistance Program in New Jersey State Bar Association President Ralph Lamparello’s installation speech.
Robert Towey is highlighted for representing soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan in medical and disability appeals through the Military Legal Assistance Program in New Jersey State Bar Association President Ralph Lamparello’s installation speech.
June 20, 2013 
Lowenstein Sandler Selected to Represent Creditors' Committee in Exide Technologies' Bankruptcy
June 17, 2013 
Wall Street Journal, Thomson Reuters News & Insights, Law360 TheHill.com
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Jeffrey Blumenfeld as chair of the Antitrust & Trade Regulation practice and member of the Tech Group,is highlighted.
In the Wall Street Journal, Thomson Reuters News & InsightsLaw360 and TheHill.com, Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Jeffrey Blumenfeld as chair of the Antitrust & Trade Regulation practice and member of the Tech Group,is highlighted.
June 17, 2013 
Supreme Court Strikes Down Arizona’s Burdensome Restriction on Voting by Naturalized Citizens
June 17, 2013 
Jeffrey Blumenfeld Joins Lowenstein Sandler to Chair Antitrust Practice
June 13, 2013 
Energy Law360, Environmental Law360
Kimberly E. Diamond is highlighted for her role moderating the panel “The Electric Grid: Wind Power Integration, Hurricane Resiliency, and Other Factors Impacting Infrastructure Modernization.”
Kimberly E. Diamond is highlighted in Energy Law360 and Environmental Law360 for her role moderating the panel “The Electric Grid: Wind Power Integration, Hurricane Resiliency, and Other Factors Impacting Infrastructure Modernization” as part of the American Bar Association/New Jersey State Bar Association jointly sponsored program entitled “Forging Our Renewable Energy Future Nationally and at Home” held in New Brunswick, New Jersey on June 13, 2013.
June 10, 2013 
CBS New York
In an interview with CBS New York radio, Matt Savare discusses how the Valerie Fund has helped his family while his son was receiving cancer treatments.
In an interview with CBS New York radio, Matt Savare discusses how the Valerie Fund has helped his family while his son was receiving cancer treatments. On Saturday, June 15, 2013, Matt and several members of the Lowenstein family will participate in the Valerie Fund Walk, a fundraiser for the organization which supports the comprehensive health care needs of children with cancer and blood disorders, taking place in Verona Park.
June 7, 2013 
The Deal Pipeline
In The Deal Pipeline, Sharon L. Levine, S. Jason Teele and Cassandra Porter are highlighted for representing the official committee of unsecured credtiors in the Ormet Corp. bankruptcy.
In The Deal Pipeline, Sharon L. LevineS. Jason Teele and Cassandra Porter are highlighted for representing the official committee of unsecured creditors in the Ormet Corp. bankruptcy.
June 3, 2013 
Law360
Sharon L. Levine and Jason Teele are highlighted for representing the unsecured creditors committee in the Chapter 11 case of Ormet Corp.
In Law360Sharon L. Levine and Jason Teele are highlighted for representing the unsecured creditors committee in the Chapter 11 case of Ormet Corp. On June 3, 2013 a Delaware bankruptcy judge approved the sale of Ormet Corp. to private equity firm Wayzata Investment Partners.
May 2013 
The Best Practices of The Best M&A Dealmakers
Sharon L. Levine discusses strategies for turning around distressed investments.
In The Best Practices of The Best M&A DealmakersSharon L. Levine discusses strategies for turning around distressed investments, including garnering financial support from the government in cases where the deal creates jobs or contributes to the economic continuation of a specific area and selling brands to international buyers.
May 28, 2013 
The Deal Pipeline
Norman Kinel and Philip Gross are highlighted for representing Daytop Village, Inc. and Daytop Village Foundation Incorporated in their chapter 11 cases
In The Deal PipelineNorman Kinel and Philip Gross are highlighted for representing Daytop Village, Inc. and Daytop Village Foundation Incorporated in their chapter 11 cases
May 28, 2013 
The Deal Pipeline
In The Deal Pipeline, Norman Kinel comments on Daytop Village Inc.’s Plan or Reorganization having been confirmed
In The Deal PipelineNorman Kinel comments on Daytop Village Inc.’s Plan or Reorganization having been confirmed
May 28, 2013 
The Deal Pipeline
In The Deal Pipeline, Kenneth Rosen and Sharon L. Levine are highlighted for representing the creditors' committee in the Oreck Corp. bankruptcy.
In The Deal Pipeline, Kenneth Rosen and Sharon L. Levine are highlighted for representing the creditors' committee in the Oreck Corp. bankruptcy.
May 24, 2013 
Mainstreet.com
Matt Savare’s comments at the Internet Week New York panel “The Crowdfunding Economy: For Startups to Stalwarts to Technorats” are highlighted. Matt discussed how would-be entrepreneurs can protect their intellectual property while crowdfunding.
On Mainstreet.comMatt Savare’s comments at the Internet Week New York panel “The Crowdfunding Economy: For Startups to Stalwarts to Technorats” are highlighted. Matt discussed how would-be entrepreneurs can protect their intellectual property while crowdfunding.
May 2013 
CTA Intelligence
In CTA Intelligence, Scott Moss comments on the CFTC’s and the NFA’s overlapping reporting requirements.
In CTA IntelligenceScott Moss comments on the CFTC’s and the NFA’s overlapping reporting requirements.
May 21, 2013 
Yahoo
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted on Yahoo.com for participating in the Bay Area Rural Justice Collaborative.
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted on Yahoo.com for participating in the Bay Area Rural Justice Collaborative. The Collaborative, an initiative of the Association of Pro Bono Counsel’s (APBCo) IMPACT Project, aims to expand access to legal services in rural and isolated communities throughout the Bay Area by holding clinics on immigration and housing issues. Lowenstein will participate in the initiative by offering pro bono housing advice to low-income residents of Half Moon Bay, California, on July 3, 2013.
May 2013 
Pro Bono Aid Helping Low-Income Inventors Gain Patents
May 20, 2013 
Poughkeepsie Journal
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted in the Poughkeepsie Journal for representing students from the Culinary Institute of America, Marist College and Bard College in a class action lawsuit against the Dutchess County Board of Elections.
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted in the Poughkeepsie Journal for representing students from the Culinary Institute of America, Marist College and Bard College in a class action lawsuit against the Dutchess County Board of Elections. The suit was settled in a manner that assures that New York college students will be properly registered and permitted to vote in upcoming elections.
May 13, 2013 
The DealFlow Report
Jack Hogoboom discusses the recent sharp increase in equity capital market activity.
Jack Hogoboom discusses the recent sharp increase in equity capital market activity.
April 30, 2013 
Lowenstein Represents Lend Lease in Third Military Lodging Privatization Deal
April 29, 2013 
Corporate Counsel
Matt Savare comments in Corporate Counsel on the challenges that certain Web sites, ad networks, advertisers, and other service providers will face when complying with the FTC’s revisions to the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA).
Matt Savare comments in Corporate Counsel on the challenges that certain Web sites, ad networks, advertisers, and other service providers will face when complying with the FTC’s revisions to the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA).
April 26, 2013 
Crain's New York Business
Joseph Jean comments in Crain’s New York Business that businesses hurt by Superstorm Sandy are facing long legal battles in their lawsuits against insurance carriers that have denied their claims.
Joseph Jean comments in Crain’s New York Business that businesses hurt by Superstorm Sandy are facing long legal battles in their lawsuits against insurance carriers that have denied their claims.
April 25, 2013 
NACM's eNews
Bruce Nathan comments on how an MF Global Holdings Ltd. trustee’s suit against Jon Corzine and other former MF Global Holdings officials for high-risk actions leading to the company’s bankruptcy may lead to an additional recovery for creditors.
Bruce Nathan comments in NACM’s eNews for April 25, 2013 on how an MF Global Holdings Ltd. trustee’s suit against Jon Corzine, former senator and New Jersey governor, and other former MF Global Holdings officials for high-risk actions leading to the company’s bankruptcy may lead to an additional recovery for creditors.
April 25, 2013 
Law360
Steven E. Siesser comments in Law360 on the prevalence of debt restructuring among private equity portfolio companies.
Steven E. Siesser comments in Law360 on the prevalence of debt restructuring among private equity portfolio companies.
April 22, 2013 
Sports Business Journal
Lynda Bennett comments about the insurance implications of the lawsuits brought against the NFL by former players with head injuries. Lynda emphasized the importance of the forum battle currently being fought between the NFL and its insurers.
Lynda Bennett comments in Sports Business Journal about the insurance implications of the lawsuits brought against the NFL by former players with head injuries. Lynda emphasized the importance of the forum battle currently being fought between the NFL and its insurers and its broader implications on the scope of coverage that should be provided.
April 21, 2013 
WFDU-FM Digest-NJ Public Affairs
In an interview on WFDU-FM, Digest-NJ Public Affairs with Carl J. Kraus, Maureen Ruane discusses "Health Care Fraud and Recent Prosecutions."
In an interview on WFDU-FM, Digest-NJ Public Affairs with Carl J. Kraus, Maureen Ruane discusses "Health Care Fraud and Recent Prosecutions."
April 2013 
Turnarounds & Workouts
Wojciech Jung is named an “Outstanding Young Restructuring Lawyer” by Turnarounds & Workouts.
Wojciech Jung is named an “Outstanding Young Restructuring Lawyer” by Turnarounds & Workouts.
April 18, 2013 
NACM's eNews
Bruce Nathan comments in NACM’s eNews for April 18, 2013 on how interest rate hikes and high debts plaguing “big box” retailers may foreshadow bankruptcies in the industry and how anticipating bankruptcy helps mitigate creditors’ risks.
Bruce Nathan comments in NACM’s eNews for April 18, 2013 on how interest rate hikes and high debts plaguing “big box” retailers may foreshadow bankruptcies in the industry and how anticipating bankruptcy helps mitigate creditors’ risks.
April 2013 
Lowenstein Sandler Ranks Among Nation's Top Five Most Active Law Firms for Private Equity and Venture Capital Deals
April 5, 2013 
The New York Times
Robert J. Kipnees comments in The New York Times on how first- and second-generation Americans are coming under scrutiny by the IRs to declare accounts in their home countries.
Robert J. Kipnees comments in The New York Times on how first- and second-generation Americans are coming under scrutiny by the IRs to declare accounts in their home countries.
April 5, 2013 
CBS News York, Newsday, Philly.com, 92.7 WOBM
Jeffrey Wild comments on a victory for the homeless of Ocean County achieved through a consent order signed in the Lakewood “Tent City” litigation that will guarantee homeless camp residents at least one year of safe and adequate indoor housing.
In CBS New York, Newsday, Philly.com and 92.7 WOBM articles, Jeffrey Wild comments on a victory for the homeless of Ocean County achieved through a consent order signed in the Lakewood “Tent City” litigation that will guarantee homeless camp residents at least one year of safe and adequate indoor housing.
April 5, 2013 
Crain's New York Business
In a Crain’s New York Business article, Joseph Jean comments on problems business owners affected by Superstorm Sandy are facing with their business-interruption insurance carriers.
In a Crain’s New York Business article, Joseph Jean comments on problems business owners affected by Superstorm Sandy are facing with their business-interruption insurance carriers.
April 4, 2013 
NACM's eNews
In NACM’s eNews, for April 4, 2013, Bruce Nathan comments on U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Christopher Klein’s ruling that Stockton, California meets the threshold for eligibility on its Chapter 9 municipal bankruptcy petition.
In NACM’s eNews, for April 4, 2013, Bruce Nathan comments on U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Christopher Klein’s ruling that Stockton, California meets the threshold for eligibility on its Chapter 9 municipal bankruptcy petition.
April 3, 2013 
Lowenstein Sandler Bolsters Insurance Practice with Seasoned Attorney Christopher C. Loeber
April 3, 2013 
Law360
In Law360, Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Christopher Loeber as partner in the Insurance Coverage practice group is highlighted.
In Law360, Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Christopher Loeber as partner in the Insurance Coverage practice group is highlighted.
March 21, 2013 
Law360
In Law360, Sharon L. Levine and S. Jason Teele are highlighted for representing the creditors' committee in the Chapter 11 case of Ormet Corp.
In Law360Sharon L. Levine and S. Jason Teele are highlighted for representing the creditors' committee in the Chapter 11 case of Ormet Corp.
March 18, 2013 
Voice of Russia
Catherine Weiss discusses challenges that naturalized citizens face because of an Arizona law that requires documentary proof of citizenship to vote.
In a radio interview with Voice of Russia, Catherine Weiss discusses challenges that naturalized citizens face because of an Arizona law that requires documentary proof of citizenship to vote. Lowenstein prepared a friend-of-the-court brief on behalf of 28 leading national Latino and Asian organizations challenging the 2004 ballot initiative in a case - Arizona v. Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc. - that is now before the U.S. Supreme Court.
March 15, 2013 
The Associated Press
Jeffrey Wild comments on the agreement reached between homeless residents of a Lakewood, New Jersey tent city and Lakewood officials.
In The Associated PressJeffrey Wild comments on the agreement reached between homeless residents of a Lakewood, New Jersey tent city and Lakewood officials that states that no one will be evicted from the tent city without first being provided adequate indoor housing for at least one year.
March 13, 2013 
Forbes
In a Forbes article, Mary Hildebrand and Peggy Wallace of Golden Seeds provide tips for women investing in entrepreneurs via crowdfunding.
In a Forbes article, Mary Hildebrand and Peggy Wallace of Golden Seeds provide tips for women investing in entrepreneurs via crowdfunding. Mary encourages potential investors to evaluate the strength of a company’s management team, believing a good management team increases the chances of success, and Peggy suggests reviewing and comparing crowdfunding platforms.
March 12, 2013 
Lowenstein Sandler LLP’s New Website Spotlights Intense Focus on Colleagues, Clients and Community
February 28, 2013 
Billboard
In Billboard, Matt Savare's promotion to partner is highlighted.
In Billboard, Matt Savare's promotion to partner is highlighted.
February 21, 2013 
Star Ledger
Michael Hahn discusses a bill pending in the New Jersey Legislature that attempts to respond to a recent antitrust class action settlement in which credit card companies agreed to allow merchants to pass-on credit card surcharges to consumers.
In a Star Ledger op-ed piece, Michael Hahn discusses a bill pending in the New Jersey Legislature that attempts to respond to a recent antitrust class action settlement in which credit card companies agreed to allow merchants to pass-on credit card surcharges to consumers.
February 14, 2013 
The Deal Pipeline
In The Deal Pipeline, Sharon L. Levine, S. Jason Teele and Cassandra Porter are highlighted for representing the official committee of unsecured creditors in the Chapter 11 case of Global Aviation Holdings. Inc.
In The Deal Pipeline, Sharon L. Levine, S. Jason Teele and Cassandra Porter are highlighted for representing the official committee of unsecured creditors in the Chapter 11 case of Global Aviation Holdings. Inc.  The company emerged from bankruptcy after securing a $35 million exit loan.
February 14, 2013 
Lowenstein Sandler Takes Top Honors For Client Service
February 13, 2013 
Law360
In Law360, Michael S. Etkin and Michael Savetsky are highlighted for representing Kenneth Freeling, a former partner at the law firm Dewey & LeBouef LLP, in connection with that firm's Chapter 11 liquidation proceeding.
In Law360, Michael S. Etkin and Michael Savetsky are highlighted for representing Kenneth Freeling, a former partner at the law firm Dewey & LeBouef LLP, in connection with that firm's Chapter 11 liquidation proceeding.
February 8, 2013 
Thomson Reuters News & Insight
Sharon L. Levine's comments at the Turnaround Management Association's Annual Distressed Investing Conference are highlighted in Thomson Reuters News & Insight.
Sharon L. Levine's comments at the Turnaround Management Association's Annual Distressed Investing Conference are highlighted in Thomson Reuters News & Insight.
February 6, 2013 
Debtwire
Jonathan Wishnia comments on the impact of the Assured Guaranty victory over Flagstar to RMBS putback claims.
Jonathan Wishnia comments on the impact of the Assured Guaranty victory over Flagstar to RMBS putback claims.
February 6, 2013 
Financial Advisor
In Financial Advisor, Isaac Hirsch comments on how the American Taxpayer Relief Act, which makes the Bush-era tax cuts permanent, benefits C corporation owners.
In Financial Advisor, Isaac Hirsch comments on how the American Taxpayer Relief Act, which makes the Bush-era tax cuts permanent, benefits C corporation owners.
February 5, 2013 
Bloomberg TV's Money Moves with Deirdre Bolton
On Bloomberg TV’s “Money Moves with Deirdre Bolton,” Ed Zimmerman discusses the current crunch in venture capital, billion dollar startups, and the e-commerce business model, citing successful examples including firm client Birchbox.com and Warby Parker.
In an interview on Bloomberg TV’s "Money Moves with Deirdre Bolton," Lowenstein Sandler Tech Group Chair Ed Zimmerman discusses the current crunch in venture capital, billion dollar startups, and the e-commerce business model, citing successful examples including firm client Birchbox.com and Warby Parker.
February 4, 2013 
Debtwire
Amiad Kushner comments on the government’s challenge of proving intent and materiality in civil and criminal actions against Jefferies RMBS trader Jesse Litvak involving securities and TARP fraud claims.
Amiad Kushner comments on the government’s challenge of proving intent and materiality in civil and criminal actions against Jefferies RMBS trader Jesse Litvak involving securities and TARP fraud claims.
January 30, 2013 
Dow Jones Daily Bankruptcy Review
In Dow Jones Daily Bankruptcy Review, Jason Teele comments on changes to Southern Air Inc.’s Chapter 11 plan.
In Dow Jones Daily Bankruptcy ReviewJason Teele comments on changes to Southern Air Inc.’s Chapter 11 plan.
January 20, 2013 
ABC News
Catherine Weiss and Jonathan Wishnia discuss how the Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest builds and serves the community through innovative pro bono mortgage finance and fund work.
In an interview with ABC NewsCatherine Weiss and Jonathan Wishnia, along with Wayne Meyer of Lowenstein's pro bono client New Jersey Community Capital, discuss how the Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest builds and serves the community through innovative pro bono mortgage finance and fund work.
January 15, 2013 
Lowenstein Sandler Elects Seven New Partners
January 2013 
Lowenstein Represents Behance in Sale to Adobe Systems Inc.
January 8, 2013 
New Jersey Law Journal, Law360
Lynda Bennett is highlighted for representing clients involved in a title insurance dispute where Chicago Title Insurance Co. failed to provide a defense for numerous legal actions challenging the clients' ownership interests in certain property.
In New Jersey Law Journal and Law360Lynda Bennett is highlighted for representing real estate developer clients involved in a title insurance dispute where Chicago Title Insurance Co. failed to provide a defense for numerous legal actions challenging the clients' ownership interests in certain property located in Jersey City. The Court awarded our clients $1.65 million in defense costs and expenses.
January 3, 2013 
Law360
In Law360, Lynda Bennett comments that a recent decision by Alabama's high court reaffirms the majority rule that an insurance company's duty to defend is triggered when a governmental authority sends a potentially responsible party ("PRP") letter.
In Law360Lynda Bennett comments that a recent decision by Alabama's high court reaffirms the majority rule that an insurance company's duty to defend is triggered when a governmental authority sends a potentially responsible party ("PRP") letter.
December 2012 
Law360, The Deal, Thomson Reuters, U.S. News Law Firm Insider
In Law360, The Deal, Thomson Reuters and U.S. News Law Firm Insider, Seth Goldsamt's addition as Partner in Lowenstein Sandler's Specialty Finance practice is highlighted.
In Law360, The Deal, Thomson Reuters and U.S. News Law Firm InsiderSeth Goldsamt's addition as Partner in Lowenstein Sandler's Specialty Finance practice is highlighted.
December 19, 2012 
Lowenstein Sandler Adds Seth T. Goldsamt as Partner in Specialty Finance Practice
December 17, 2012 
The Star Ledger
Catherine Weiss comments on the settlement of a lawsuit brought against United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement by eight plaintiffs alleging Fourth Amendment violations during pre-dawn, warrantless immigration raids of their homes.
In The Star LedgerCatherine Weiss comments on the settlement of a lawsuit brought against United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement by eight plaintiffs alleging Fourth Amendment violations during pre-dawn, non-consensual, warrantless immigration raids of their homes. In addition to paying compensation, ICE has made several reforms, including establishment of a complaint system for anyone claiming mistreatment and a new form to advise detained immigrants of their rights.
December 12, 2012 
NJBIZ
In NJBIZ, Miguel Alexander Pozo, President-Elect of the Hispanic National Bar Association, discusses his plan to strengthen the Association by partnering with corporate America on co-branded programs designed to benefit the community.
In NJBIZ, Miguel Alexander Pozo, President-Elect of the Hispanic National Bar Association, discusses his plan to strengthen the Association by partnering with corporate America on co-branded programs designed to benefit the community.
December 12, 2012 
Law360
In Law360, Kenneth A. Rosen, Sharon L. Levine, and S. Jason Teele are highlighted for representing the creditors' committee in the Chapter 11 case of Southern Air.
In Law360, Kenneth A. Rosen, Sharon L. Levine, and S. Jason Teele are highlighted for representing the creditors' committee in the Chapter 11 case of Southern Air. The committee filed an objection to Southern Air's reorganization plan questioning whether it favors the cargo carrier's private equity owner, Oak Hill Capital Partners, at the expense of creditors.
December 10, 2012 
The Deal Pipeline
Sharon L. Levine, S. Jason Teele and Cassandra Porter are highlighted for representing the creditors' committee in the Chapter 11 case of Global Aviation Holdings Inc. The airlift transportation provider's reorganization plan was confirmed December 6.
Sharon L. Levine, S. Jason Teele and Cassandra Porter are highlighted for representing the creditors' committee in the Chapter 11 case of Global Aviation Holdings Inc. The airlift transportation provider's reorganization plan was confirmed December 6.
December 10, 2012 
Diversity & The Bar
In Diversity & The Bar, Miguel Alexander Pozo is highlighted for being elected President of the National Hispanic Bar Association.
In Diversity & The BarMiguel Alexander Pozo is highlighted for being elected President of the National Hispanic Bar Association.
November 30, 2012 
Lowenstein Retained as Creditors’ Counsel in Two Chapter 11 Cases
November 2012 
Wall Street Journal.com
A Wall Street Journal video "Just for Now: A Year in Tent City" includes an interview of Jeffrey Wild on the firm's fight for a right to shelter for residents of a homeless camp and other homeless in Ocean County, New Jersey.
A Wall Street Journal video "Just for Now: A Year in Tent City" includes an interview of Jeffrey Wild on the firm's fight for a right to shelter for residents of a homeless camp and other homeless in Ocean County, New Jersey.
November 19, 2012 
Lowenstein Sandler Represents Getty Realty Corp. in Two Portfolio Lease Transactions
November 18, 2012 
Crain's New York Business
In a Crain's New York Business article, Steven E. Siesser discusses the rush to complete M&A deals for many owners of private companies in order to avoid the impact of the looming “Fiscal Cliff.”
In a Crain's New York Business article, Steven E. Siesser discusses the rush to complete M&A deals for many owners of private companies in order to avoid the impact of the looming "Fiscal Cliff."
November 12, 2012 
The DealFlow Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on potential effects of destruction of stock certificates held by DTC caused by Hurricane Sandy
Jack Hogoboom comments on potential effects of destruction of stock certificates held by DTC caused by Hurricane Sandy.
November 2012 
Poughkeepsie Journal, Albany Times Union, Mid-Hudson News
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for representing students from the Culinary Institute of America, Marist College and Bard College in a class action lawsuit against the Dutchess County Board of Elections.
In Poughkeepsie Journal, Albany Times Union, and Mid-Hudson News articles, Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for representing students from the Culinary Institute of America, Marist College and Bard College in a class action lawsuit against the Dutchess County Board of Elections. A Dutchess County Elections Commissioner had rejected voter registration applications that did not include a dormitory name and number -- even though the application form did not request that information. Judge Kenneth Karas required the Board of Elections to immediately register the students so that they would be able to cast their votes in the November 6, 2012 election. The Lowenstein team included Matthew OliverHeather Bishop and Rebecca Visvader.
November 7, 2012 
Euronews
On Euronews television, Catherine Weiss comments on voting options for New Jersey residents displaced by Hurricane Sandy.
On Euronews television, Catherine Weiss comments on voting options for New Jersey residents displaced by Hurricane Sandy.
November 6, 2012 
The Star Ledger
In The Star Ledger, Catherine Weiss comments on the number of voter calls the Election Protection hotline received regarding technical issues, electronic voting, illegal requests for voter identification and confusion about polling place locations.
In The Star LedgerCatherine Weiss comments on the number of voter calls the Election Protection hotline received regarding technical issues, electronic voting, illegal requests for voter identification and confusion about polling place locations.
November 6, 2012 
New York Times
In The New York Times, Catherine Weiss, who is leading Lowenstein Sandler's participation in the Election Protection campaign to assist voters, comments on difficulties that voters displaced by Hurricane Sandy are facing at the polls.
In The New York Times, Catherine Weiss, who is leading Lowenstein Sandler's participation in the Election Protection campaign to assist voters comments on difficulties that voters displaced by Hurricane Sandy are facing at the polls.
November 6, 2012 
Associated Press
In an interview with the Associated Press, Catherine Weiss discusses the large volume of calls the Election Protection hotline received from voters in New Jersey.
In an interview with the Associated Press, Catherine Weiss discusses the large volume of calls the Election Protection hotline received from voters in New Jersey.
November 4, 2012 
The Times of Trenton, The Bergen Record
Nicholas San Filippo is highlighted for being elected to the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce board of directors.
Nicholas San Filippo is highlighted for being elected to the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce board of directors.
November 3, 2012 
The Star Ledger
In The Star Ledger, Catherine Weiss discusses discusses emergency ballots as alternative voting methods for voters facing issues caused by Hurricane Sandy.
In The Star LedgerCatherine Weiss discusses emergency ballots as alternative voting methods for voters facing issues caused by Hurricane Sandy. In an effort to address questions voters may have following the destruction and disruptions caused by Hurricane Sandy, and to ensure all voters have an opportunity to participate in the political process, Lowenstein Sandler, a lead law firm in Election Protection, a nationwide, non-partisan voter protection program, will assist New Jersey voters through the toll-free hotline 1-866-OUR-VOTE.
November 2, 2012 
Volunteer Lawyers Staff Election Protection Hotlines to Address Issues Arising Post-Hurricane Sandy and Other Voter Questions on November 5 & 6
November 1, 2012 
US News & World Report
In an interview with US News & World Report, Gary Wingens discusses the firm's growth strategy and how Lowenstein Sandler has adapted to changes in the legal profession in recent years.
In an interview with US News & World ReportGary Wingens discusses the firm's growth strategy and how Lowenstein Sandler has adapted to changes in the legal profession in recent years.
October 30, 2012 
AmLaw
In an AmLaw article, Gary Wingens comments on Lowenstein Sandler's IT department's efforts to ensure that attorneys and staff were able to work remotely during Hurricane Sandy and provide uninterrupted service to clients.
In an AmLaw article, Gary Wingens comments on Lowenstein Sandler's IT department's efforts to ensure that attorneys and staff were able to work remotely during Hurricane Sandy and provide uninterrupted service to clients.
October 25, 2012 
AmLaw
In an AmLaw article, Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for participating in and hosting a call center for Election Protection
In an AmLaw article, Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for participating in and hosting a call center for Election Protection, a nonpartisan initiative backed by a coalition of legal and civil rights groups that fields voters' questions about election laws and sorts out legal challenges that may arise at polls.
October 2012 
Bloomberg Brief - Bankruptcy & Restructuring, Troubled Company Reporter
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for being selected as creditors' committee counsel in the Zacky Farms bankruptcy.
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for being selected as creditors' committee counsel in the Zacky Farms bankruptcy.
October 19, 2012 
Lowenstein Retained as Creditors’ Counsel in Zacky Farms Chapter 11 Case
October 17, 2012 
Lowenstein Sandler Attorneys and Staff Mobilize to Help Voters Exercise Their Rights Through 2012 Election Protection Campaign
October 16, 2012 
Lowenstein Sandler Partner Nicholas San Filippo Named to New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors
October 15, 2012 
HFM Week
Scott Moss comments on the SEC's upcoming "presence exams."
Scott Moss comments on the SEC's upcoming "presence exams."
September 24, 2012 
New York Times
In a New York Times article about how recent Wall Street scandals have increased the need for white collar criminal defense lawyers, Ike Sorkin is highlighted for representing a former Barclays trader.
In a New York Times article about how recent Wall Street scandals have increased the need for white collar criminal defense lawyers, Ike Sorkin is highlighted for representing a former Barclays trader.
September 24, 2012 
The DealFlow Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on recent SEC interpretations of the analyst provisions of the JOBS Act.
Jack Hogoboom comments on recent SEC interpretations of the analyst provisions of the JOBS Act.
September 2012 
The National Law Journal, New Jersey Law Journal
In The National Law Journal and New Jersey Law Journal, Gerald Bender's addition as Member of the Firm in Lowenstein Sandler's Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization & Creditors' Rights Department is highlighted.
In The National Law Journal and New Jersey Law Journal, Gerald Bender's addition as Member of the Firm in Lowenstein Sandler's Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization & Creditors' Rights Department is highlighted.
September 17, 2012 
Law360
In Law360, Don Corbett comments on client Sheldon H. Solow's securities fraud claims against Citigroup Inc.
In Law360Don Corbett comments on client Sheldon H. Solow's securities fraud claims against Citigroup Inc.
September 2012 
Lowenstein Retained as Creditors’ Counsel in Journal Register Chapter 11 Cases
September 14, 2012 
New Jersey Law Journal
In The New Jersey Law Journal, Miguel Alexander Pozo is highlighted for being sworn-in as President-Elect of the Hispanic National Bar Association.
In The New Jersey Law JournalMiguel Alexander Pozo is highlighted for being sworn-in as President-Elect of the Hispanic National Bar Association.
September 10, 2012 
Debtwire
Jonathan Wishnia comments on the outlook for RMBS putback litigation in 2013.
Jonathan Wishnia comments on the outlook for RMBS putback litigation in 2013.
September 7, 2012 
New Jersey Law Journal
In an interview with the New Jersey Law Journal, Miguel Alexander Pozo discusses his childhood aspiration to become an attorney, diversity in the legal profession, and his goals as President-Elect of the Hispanic National Bar Association.
In an interview with the New Jersey Law JournalMiguel Alexander Pozo discusses his childhood aspiration to become an attorney, diversity in the legal profession, and his goals as President-Elect of the Hispanic National Bar Association.
September 6, 2012 
Dow Jones DBR Small Cap
Gerald Bender discusses his experience representing creditors, including private equity firms and hedge funds, and his new opportunities to represent debtors and creditor committees at Lowenstein Sandler.
Gerald Bender discusses his experience representing creditors, including private equity firms and hedge funds, and his new opportunities to represent debtors and creditor committees at Lowenstein Sandler.
September 3, 2012 
Growth Capital Investor
Jack Hogoboom comments on proposed SEC rules permitting general solicitations in private placements.
Jack Hogoboom comments on proposed SEC rules permitting general solicitations in private placements.
September 3, 2012 
HFMWeek
Scott Moss comments on the inconsistencies between the CFTC and JOBS Act approaches to marketing hedge funds.
Scott Moss comments on the inconsistencies between the CFTC and JOBS Act approaches to marketing hedge funds.
August 30, 2012 
Lowenstein Sandler Wins Inaugural HNBA Pro Bono Award
August 29, 2012 
The American Lawyer
In an article about AmLaw Second Hundred firms that are role models for pro bono, The American Lawyer highlights Lowenstein Sandler and its Center for the Public Interest
In an article about AmLaw Second Hundred firms that are role models for pro bono, The American Lawyer highlights Lowenstein Sandler and its Center for the Public Interest, noting that the firm's entrepreneurial culture has led it to work on high-impact cases and deals and to create increased opportunity for transactional and bankruptcy lawyers to take on pro bono matters.
August 28, 2012 
Lowenstein Sandler Partner Miguel Alexander Pozo Sworn In as President-Elect of the Hispanic National Bar Association
August 27, 2012 
SNL Financial
Michael S. Etkin comments on non-debtor third-party releases in Dynegy Inc.'s bankruptcy plan.
Michael S. Etkin comments on non-debtor third-party releases in Dynegy Inc.'s bankruptcy plan.
August 27, 2012 
BD Week
Douglas N. Cohen comments on how broker-dealer firms can prepare for FINRA conflicts of interest inquiries and examinations.
Douglas N. Cohen comments on how broker-dealer firms can prepare for FINRA conflicts of interest inquiries and examinations.
August 21, 2012 
Lowenstein Sandler Adds Gerald Bender as Partner in Bankruptcy and Restructuring Practice
August 2012 
The American Lawyer, The Deal Pipeline, Thomson Reuters, Lawfuel.com
In The American Lawyer, The Deal Pipeline, Thomson Reuters and Lawfuel.com, Gerald Bender's addition as Member of the Firm in Lowenstein Sandler's Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization & Creditors' Rights Department is highlighted.
In The American Lawyer, The Deal Pipeline,  Thomson Reuters and Lawfuel.com, Gerald Bender's addition as Member of the Firm in Lowenstein Sandler's Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization & Creditors' Rights Department is highlighted.
August 15, 2012 
CNET
In an article on CNET.com, Mark Kesslen comments on why Apple has brought patent lawsuits against Android handset manufactures rather than Android architect, Google.
In an article on CNET.comMark Kesslen comments on why Apple has brought patent lawsuits against Android handset manufactures rather than Android architect, Google.
August 13, 2012 
The DealFlow Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on the ability of previously public companies to take advantage of the JOBs Act on-ramp provisions after being taken private.
Jack Hogoboom comments on the ability of previously public companies to take advantage of the JOBs Act on-ramp provisions after being taken private.
August 2012 
Lowenstein Tops Deal Pipeline's List of Unsecured Creditors' Law Firms
August 9, 2012 
AdvisorOne
In AdvisorOne, Douglas N. Cohen comments on the purpose of FINRA's conflicts of interest sweep of broker-dealers.
In AdvisorOneDouglas N. Cohen comments on the purpose of FINRA's conflicts of interest sweep of broker-dealers.
August 6, 2012 
New York City Biz List
Kimberly E. Diamond’s appointment as national co-chair of the Renewable, Alternative and Distributed Energy Resources (RADER) Committee of the American Bar Association’s Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources
Kimberly E. Diamond’s appointment as national co-chair of the Renewable, Alternative and Distributed Energy Resources (RADER) Committee of the American Bar Association’s Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources is noted in citybizlist.com.
August 6, 2012 
Lowenstein Sandler Attorney Appointed National Co-Chair of ABA’s Renewable, Alternative, and Distributed Energy Resources Committee
August 2, 2012 
Lowenstein Sandler Represents NextWave Wireless in Planned Acquisition by AT&T
July 27, 2012 
Lowenstein Files Friend-of-the-Court Brief Supporting Parole Reform in California
July 23, 2012 
Debtwire
Matthew Magidson comments on the Commodity Futures Trade Commission's ruling on what constitutes a swap.
Matthew Magidson comments on the Commodity Futures Trade Commission's ruling on what constitutes a swap.
July 18, 2012 
Debtwire
Jonathan Wishnia comments on the market impact of the Bank of America-Syncora settlement.
Jonathan Wishnia comments on the market impact of the Bank of America-Syncora settlement.
July 2012 
Law 360
In two Law 360 articles, Sharon L. Levine and Paul Kizel are highlighted for representing the Machinists union in the Hawker Beechcraft, Inc. bankruptcy case.
In two Law 360 articles, Sharon L. Levine and Paul Kizel are highlighted for representing the Machinists union in the Hawker Beechcraft, Inc. bankruptcy case.
July 13, 2012 
Wall Street Journal
Kenneth Rosen comments on bankruptcy options for broker-dealers.
Kenneth Rosen comments on bankruptcy options for broker-dealers.
July 12, 2012 
Bloomberg TV
In an interview on Bloomberg TV's "Money Moves," Ed Zimmerman discusses Acqui-hires, Cloud computing, venture-backed IPOs and other topics. Todd Papaioannou, founder/CEO of our client, Continuuity, joined Ed for part of the segment.
In an interview on Bloomberg TV's "Money Moves," Ed Zimmerman discusses Acqui-hires, Cloud computing, venture-backed IPOs and other topics. Todd Papaioannou, founder/CEO of our client, Continuuity, joined Ed for part of the segment.
July 12, 2012 
Debtwire
Jonathan Wishnia and Scott Walker comment on precedents for restricting residential mortgage loans from securitization and secondary market acquisition.
Jonathan Wishnia and Scott Walker comment on precedents for restricting residential mortgage loans from securitization and secondary market acquisition.
July 10, 2012 
Law360
In Law360's "How They Won It" column, Gavin Rooney discusses the work and strategy for Lowenstein Sandler client Merck that secured for the pharmaceutical company...
In Law360's "How They Won It" column, Gavin Rooney discusses the work and strategy for Lowenstein Sandler client Merck that secured for the pharmaceutical company a victory in the Third Circuit in two putative RICO class actions accusing Merck of falsely marketing off-label uses for certain drugs. The Third Circuit affirmed the district court's finding that the plaintiffs had failed to allege sufficient facts to establish their standing to sue under Article III of the Constitution.
July/August 2012 
The American Lawyer
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for ranking 33rd among AmLaw 200 firms for pro bono work.
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for ranking 33rd among AmLaw 200 firms for pro bono work.
June 29, 2012 
New Jersey Law Journal
In the New Jersey Law Journal, Catherine Weiss is highlighted for being named Chair of the Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest.
In the New Jersey Law Journal, Catherine Weiss is highlighted for being named Chair of the Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest.
June 25, 2012 
Lowenstein Sandler’s Douglas Eakeley Appointed First Alan V. Lowenstein Chair in Corporate and Business Law at Rutgers–Newark Law School
June 18, 2012 
Lowenstein Sandler Names Catherine Weiss Chair of the Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest
June 18, 2012 
The DealFlow Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on FINRA's final private placement rule.
Jack Hogoboom comments on FINRA's final private placement rule.
June 11, 2012 
New Jersey Law Journal
Bruce Buechler was quoted on proposed amendments to the US Trustee Guidelines for payment of professionals in large chapter 11 cases
In the New Jersey Law JournalBruce Buechler was quoted on proposed amendments to the US Trustee Guidelines for payment of professionals in large chapter 11 cases
June 11, 2012 
Law360
In Law360, Robert Chesler comments on the difference between privacy claims under general liability policies and cyber insurance policies in light of Arch Insurance Co. v. Michaels Stores Inc.
In Law360, Robert Chesler comments on the difference between privacy claims under general liability policies and cyber insurance policies in light of Arch Insurance Co. v. Michaels Stores Inc.
June 9, 2012 
Reuters
In Reuters, Mary Hildebrand comments on the recent LinkedIn security breach that exposed millions of user passwords.
In Reuters, Mary Hildebrand comments on the recent LinkedIn security breach that exposed millions of user passwords.
June 9, 2012 
CBS 2 News New York
In an interview with CBS 2 News, Matthew Savare discusses how The Valerie Fund has helped his family during his son Michael's battle with leukemia.
In an interview with CBS 2 News, Matthew Savare discusses how The Valerie Fund has helped his family during his son Michael's battle with leukemia.
June 8, 2012 
Crain's New York Business
In Crain's New York Business, Eric Horn comments on Strauss Discount Auto's Chapter 11 bankruptcy and sale process.
In Crain's New York Business, Eric Horn comments on Strauss Discount Auto's Chapter 11 bankruptcy and sale process.
June 8, 2012 
Lowenstein Sandler Earns Top Rankings in 2012 Chambers USA Guide
June 7, 2012 
The Deal Pipeline
Kenneth Rosen, John Sherwood, Wojciech Jung and Eric Horn are highlighted for representing SDA, Inc. and its affiliates in their Chapter 11 cases.
Kenneth Rosen, John Sherwood, Wojciech Jung and Eric Horn are highlighted for representing SDA, Inc. and its affiliates in their Chapter 11 cases.
June 5, 2012 
Lowenstein Sandler Represents Buddy Media, Inc. in Sale to salesforce.com
June 2012 
Firm Represents Cerberus Portfolio Company Guilford Mills in M&A Deal Valued at $257 Million
May 2012 
Firm Represents Coach America Holdings Inc. in Bankruptcy Proceedings to Value Over $200 Million
May 25, 2012 
New Jersey Law Journal, The Progress
In The New Jersey Law Journal and The Progress, Kenneth A. Rosen's election as Chairman of the New Jersey State Bar Association's Bankruptcy Law Section is highlighted.
In The New Jersey Law Journal and The Progress, Kenneth A. Rosen's election as Chairman of the New Jersey State Bar Association's Bankruptcy Law Section is highlighted.
May 23, 2012 
PIPE Wire
Jack Hogoboom discusses Rodman & Renshaw's plan to sell or spin off its investment banking business.
Jack Hogoboom discusses Rodman & Renshaw's plan to sell or spin off its investment banking business.
May 2012 
Growth Capital Investor
Jack Hogoboom discusses the impact of the JOBs Act on existing public companies.
Jack Hogoboom discusses the impact of the JOBs Act on existing public companies.
May 18, 2012 
Lowenstein Sandler Partner Kenneth Rosen Elected Chairman of NJSBA Bankruptcy Law Section
May 17, 2012 
Debtwire
Bruce Buechler comments on the strategy behind a 1111(b) election
Bruce Buechler comments on the strategy behind a 1111(b) election
May 2012 
Firm Wins on Behalf of Merck Precedential Opinion Affirming Dismissal of Putative RICO Class Action
May 14, 2012 
The DealFlow Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on the effect of the JOBs Act on current IPO practices.
Jack Hogoboom comments on the effect of the JOBs Act on current IPO practices.
May 11, 2012 
Law 360
In Law360, John McFerrin-Clancy discusses the implications of the trial claims brought by Bank of America Corp. against New York's insurance regulators for approving the restructuring of troubled bond insurer MBIA Inc.
In Law360, John McFerrin-Clancy discusses the implications of the trial claims brought by Bank of America Corp. against New York's insurance regulators for approving the restructuring of troubled bond insurer MBIA Inc.
May 11, 2012 
Inside MBS & ABS
Scott Walker comments on the implications of Judge Denise Cote's decision to deny UBS America's motion to dismiss the suit brought against them by the Federal Housing Finance Agency.
Scott Walker comments on the implications of Judge Denise Cote's decision to deny UBS America's motion to dismiss the suit brought against them by the Federal Housing Finance Agency for misleading Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac into purchasing $6.4 billion of toxic mortgage backed securities.
May 2012 
The National Law Journal, Law360, Best Law Firms' Law Firm Insider, Citybizlist.com
In The National Law Journal, Law360, Best Law Firms' Law Firm Insider and on Citybizlist.com, David Sager's addition as Member of the Firm in Lowenstein Sandler's Commercial & Business Litigation group is highlighted.
In The National Law JournalLaw360, Best Law Firms' Law Firm Insider and on Citybizlist.com, David Sager's addition as Member of the Firm in Lowenstein Sandler's Commercial & Business Litigation group is highlighted.
May 9, 2012 
The Star Ledger
In The Star Ledger, Stephen Buckingham comments on intellectual property issues related to an action figure based on the now infamous New Jersey "tanning mom."
In The Star Ledger, Stephen Buckingham comments on intellectual property issues related to an action figure based on the now infamous New Jersey "tanning mom."
May 8, 2012 
Law 360
In Law 360, Michael S. Etkin is highlighted for representing the proposed lead plaintiff in a securities fraud class action against three executives of the bankrupt oil and gas company Delta Petroleum.
In Law 360, Michael S. Etkin is highlighted for representing the proposed lead plaintiff in a securities fraud class action against three executives of the bankrupt oil and gas company Delta Petroleum. On May 8, 2012, Mr. Etkin convinced the bankruptcy court after oral argument to deny Delta's motion to extend the bankruptcy automatic stay to shield the executives from the litigation.
May 8, 2012 
Lowenstein Sandler Enhances Commercial & Business Litigation Practice with Addition of David S. Sager
May 7, 2012 
The DealFlow Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on the likely impact of the JOBs Act on private companies and existing public companies.
Jack Hogoboom comments on the likely impact of the JOBs Act on private companies and existing public companies.
May 4, 2012 
New York Law Journal
In The New York Law Journal, Ike Sorkin comments on what constitutes white collar crime in light of the Manhattan District Attorney's Office's investigation of Dewey & LeBoeuf's former chairman.
In The New York Law Journal, Ike Sorkin comments on what constitutes white collar crime in light of the Manhattan District Attorney's Office's investigation of Dewey & LeBoeuf's former chairman.
May 1, 2012 
E-Commerce Times
In E-Commerce Times, Matthew Savare discusses the implications of the recent ruling of the England and Wales High Court blocking access to the Swedish media-sharing web site "The Pirate Bay" in the UK.
In E-Commerce Times, Matthew Savare discusses the implications of the recent ruling of the England and Wales High Court blocking access to the Swedish media-sharing web site "The Pirate Bay" in the UK.
April 30, 2012 
Hedge Funds Review
In Hedge Fund Review, Marie DeFalco discusses the need for hedge funds to keep on top of compliance requirements.
In Hedge Funds Review, Marie DeFalco discusses the need for hedge funds to keep on top of compliance requirements.
April 26, 2012 
NACM ENews
In an article on the National Association of Credit Management web site, Bruce Nathan comments on the Alabama Supreme Court's ruling to uphold Jefferson County's right to declare municipal bankruptcy in the largest Chapter 9 filing in U.S. history.
In an article on the National Association of Credit Management web site, Bruce Nathan comments on the Alabama Supreme Court's ruling to uphold Jefferson County's right to declare municipal bankruptcy in the largest Chapter 9 filing in U.S. history.
April 24, 2012 
Law360
In Law360, Sharon L. Levine, S. Jason Teele, Paul Kizel and Wojciech F. Jung are highlighted for representing the Transport Workers Union of America in the Chapter 11 case of American Airline's parent company, AMR Corp.
In Law360, Sharon L. Levine, S. Jason Teele, Paul Kizel and Wojciech F. Jung are highlighted for representing the Transport Workers Union of America in the Chapter 11 case of American Airline's parent company, AMR Corp.
April 23, 2012 
The Deal Pipeline
Wojciech F. Jung comments on the sale of Hussey Copper Corp. et al to an affiliate of Patriarch Partners LLC. Mr. Jung represents the official committee of unsecured creditors in Hussey Copper Corp's Chapter 11 case pending in Delaware.
Wojciech F. Jung comments on the sale of Hussey Copper Corp. et al to an affiliate of Patriarch Partners LLC. Mr. Jung represents the official committee of unsecured creditors in Hussey Copper Corp's Chapter 11 case pending in Delaware.
April 16, 2012 
The DealFlow Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on JOBS Act general solicitation provisions.
Jack Hogoboom comments on JOBS Act general solicitation provisions.
April 11, 2012 
Reuters
Ed Zimmerman, Chair of Lowenstein's Tech Group & active angel investor quoted by Reuters on Facebook's mergers and acquisitions strategy and the Facebook/Instagram deal.
Ed Zimmerman, Chair of Lowenstein's Tech Group & active angel investor quoted by Reuters on Facebook's mergers and acquisitions strategy and the Facebook/Instagram deal.
April 10, 2012 
The NonProfit Times
In The NonProfit Times, Norman Kinel is quoted on Daytop Village's need to seek Chapter 11 protection
In The NonProfit Times , Norman Kinel is quoted on Daytop Village's need to seek Chapter 11 protection
April 10, 2012 
Lowenstein Sandler Litigation Partner Co-Chairs Record-Breaking Third Annual Hispanic National Bar Association Midyear Corporate Counsel Conference
April 2012 
Lowenstein Sandler Ranks Among World’s Leading Trademark Practices
April 9, 2012 
Bloomberg TV's Money Moves
In an interview on Bloomberg TV's Money Moves, Ed Zimmerman talks about Facebook Inc.'s agreement to purchase the Instagram mobile photo-sharing application for $1 billion in cash and stock, and the impact on the technology market.
In an interview on Bloomberg TV's Money MovesEd Zimmerman talks about Facebook Inc.'s agreement to purchase the Instagram mobile photo-sharing application for $1 billion in cash and stock, and the impact on the technology market.
April 2012 
Lowenstein Sandler Ranks Among Nation's Top Ten Most Active Law Firms for Private Equity and Venture Capital Deals
April 9, 2012 
Debtwire
David Banker is quoted in connection with a report on the SP Newsprint unsecured creditors committee's victory in obtaining bankruptcy court approval to investigate over $30 million in management fees paid to Brant Industries
David Banker is quoted in connection with a report on the SP Newsprint unsecured creditors committee's victory in obtaining bankruptcy court approval to investigate over $30 million in management fees paid to Brant Industries, run by wealthy industrialist, businessman and entrepreneur, Peter Brant.
April 3, 2012 
WOR 710 Radio
In an interview with Governor David Paterson on WOR 710 Radio, William Greenbaum
In an interview with Governor David Paterson on WOR 710 Radio, William Greenbaum discusses the legality of employers asking for access to potential employees' social networking accounts, including potential discrimination under the anti‐discrimination laws and issues relating to concerted activity under the National Labor Relations Act.
April 2, 2012 
The PIPEs Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on the pitfalls associated with the JOBS Act.
Jack Hogoboom comments on the pitfalls associated with the JOBS Act.
March 23, 2012 
The Christian Science Monitor
In The Christian Science Monitor, William Greenbaum comments on the laws relating to employers' monitoring of employees' private social media postings.
In The Christian Science Monitor, William Greenbaum comments on the laws relating to employers' monitoring of employees' private social media postings.
March 22, 2012 
Law360
In a Law360 article, William Greenbaum comments on companies that require current or prospective employees to provide their social media passwords.
In a Law360 article, William Greenbaum comments on companies that require current or prospective employees to provide their social media passwords.
March 21, 2012 
Securitization Intelligence
Jonathan Wishnia comments on Goldman Sachs' emergence in monoline insurance.
Jonathan Wishnia comments on Goldman Sachs' emergence in monoline insurance.
March 13, 2012 
Law360
In a Law360 article, Robert Chesler comments on the increasing need for data breach insurance coverage across all industries.
In a Law360 article, Robert Chesler comments on the increasing need for data breach insurance coverage across all industries.
February 27, 2012 
NJBIZ
In an NJBIZ article, David Wissert comments on law firms' social media policies.
In an NJBIZ article, David Wissert comments on law firms' social media policies.
February 2012 
Lowenstein Tops Deal Pipeline's List of Unsecured Creditors' Law Firms
February 24, 2012 
Securitization Intelligence
Jonathan Wishnia comments on Bank of America-Merrill Lynch shrinking its business ties to Fannie Mae.
Jonathan Wishnia comments on Bank of America-Merrill Lynch shrinking its business ties to Fannie Mae.
February 17, 2012 
Inside MBS & ABS
Scott Walker comments on how the outcome of UBS America's motion to dismiss the mortgage securities lawsuit brought against it by the Federal Housing Finance Agency may effect other FHFA lawsuits against financial institutions.
Scott Walker comments on how the outcome of UBS America's motion to dismiss the mortgage securities lawsuit brought against it by the Federal Housing Finance Agency may effect other FHFA lawsuits against financial institutions.
February 15, 2012 
Control Engineering
In a Control Engineering article, Robert Chesler discusses insurance policy options for food and beverage manufacturers who may require more protection under the U.S. Food Safety Modernization Act.
In a Control Engineering article, Robert Chesler discusses insurance policy options for food and beverage manufacturers who may require more protection under the U.S. Food Safety Modernization Act.
February 13, 2012 
The DealFlow Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on recent microcap clearance issues.
Jack Hogoboom comments on recent microcap clearance issues.
February 10, 2012 
New Jersey Law Journal
In the New Jersey Law Journal, Lowenstein Sandler's promotion of Cole Beaubouef, Sarah Blaine, Bernard Cooney, Thomas Dolan, Tatiana Ingman, Natalie Kraner, Monica Perrette, Michael Savetsky and David Toma to Counsel, is highlighted.
In the New Jersey Law Journal, Lowenstein Sandler's promotion of Cole Beaubouef, Sarah Blaine, Bernard Cooney, Thomas Dolan, Tatiana Ingman, Natalie Kraner, Monica Perrette, Michael Savetsky and David Toma to Counsel, is highlighted.
February 9, 2012 
Bloomberg TV's Money Moves
In an interview with Bloomberg TV's Money Moves, Ed Zimmerman discusses the current tech start-up landscape, which is fertile ground for job creation.
In an interview with Bloomberg TV's Money Moves, Ed Zimmerman discusses the current tech start-up landscape, which is fertile ground for job creation. He also addresses the increase in the number of venture capital and angel investing deals financing these companies.
February 2012 
Structured Finance News
Zachary Rosenbaum comments on RMBS "put back" claims.
Zachary Rosenbaum comments on RMBS "put back" claims.
February 6, 2012 
Crowdfunding 360
Mark Kesslen comments on the motivation behind Kickstarter's suit against ArtistShare to invalidate the patent behind their technology, which allows artists to connect with fans to participate in and fund their work.
Mark Kesslen comments on the motivation behind Kickstarter's suit against ArtistShare to invalidate the patent behind their technology, which allows artists to connect with fans to participate in and fund their work.
February 4, 2012 
International Financing Review
In an International Financing Review article, Scott Walker comments on the acceleration of MBS litigation due to short statutes of limitations.
In an International Financing Review article, Scott Walker comments on the acceleration of MBS litigation due to short statutes of limitations.
February 3, 2012 
CNET
In a CNET article, Mark Kesslen comments on the application of the "frand" principle in high-profile technology lawsuits, including those between Apple and various Android manufacturers.
In a CNET article, Mark Kesslen comments on the application of the "frand" principle in high-profile technology lawsuits, including those between Apple and various Android manufacturers.
January 31, 2012 
Star Ledger, NorthJersey.com, NewJerseyNewsroom.com
In Star Ledger, NorthJersey.com and NewJerseyNewsroom.com articles, Christopher Porrino is highlighted for being named the director of the Division of Law in the New Jersey Attorney General's office.
In Star Ledger, NorthJersey.com and NewJerseyNewsroom.com articles, Christopher Porrino is highlighted for being named the director of the Division of Law in the New Jersey Attorney General's office.
January 30, 2012 
The PIPEs Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on the slow start to 2012 in the public offering market.
Jack Hogoboom comments on the slow start to 2012 in the public offering market.
January 27, 2012 
The Recorder
In The Recorder, Lowenstein Sandler's promotion of Byron Hing to Counsel, is highlighted.
In The Recorder, Lowenstein Sandler's promotion of Byron Hing to Counsel, is highlighted.
January 2012 
Lowenstein Sandler Bankruptcy Attorney Sharon L. Levine Elected to NJ Turnaround Management Association Board
January 26, 2012 
Securitization Intelligence
Jonathan Wishnia comments on President Obama's State of the Union address mortgage refinance proposal.
Jonathan Wishnia comments on President Obama's State of the Union address mortgage refinance proposal.
January 24, 2012 
New York Law Journal
In the New York Law Journal, Lowenstein Sandler's promotion of Eric Chafetz, Ashley Essick, Daniel Roque, Elliott Stein to Counsel, is highlighted.
In the New York Law Journal, Lowenstein Sandler's promotion of Eric Chafetz, Ashley Essick, Daniel Roque and Elliott Stein to Counsel, is highlighted.
January 23, 2012 
BNA Securities Regulation & Law Report
Michael Himmel comments on the SEC's and DOJ's Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enforcement in America and abroad, and on the SEC's whistleblower bounty program.
Michael Himmel comments on the SEC's and DOJ's Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enforcement in America and abroad, and on the SEC's whistleblower bounty program.
January 2012 
Lowenstein Sandler Ranks Among Nation's Top Firms For Representing Investors and Placement Agents in 2011 PIPE Transactions
January 20, 2012 
New York Law Journal
In a New York Law Journal article, Lowenstein Sandler's election of Richard J. Horne to Member of the Firm is highlighted.
In a New York Law Journal article, Lowenstein Sandler's election of Richard J. Horne to Member of the Firm is highlighted.
January 20, 2012 
The Star Ledger
The Star Ledger profiles Jeffrey Wild and his pro bono work to help the homeless in Ocean County, New Jersey.
The Star Ledger profiles Jeffrey Wild and his pro bono work to help the homeless in Ocean County, New Jersey.
January 18, 2012 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
In an interview with Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, Miguel Alexander Pozo discusses how the Hispanic National Bar Association fosters excellence in the Latino legal community.
In an interview with Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, Miguel Alexander Pozo discusses how the Hispanic National Bar Association fosters excellence in the Latino legal community.
January 10, 2012 
Risk & Insurance
Robert Chesler comments on how the new Food Safety and Modernization Act will increase the demand and cost for product recall insurance.
Robert Chesler comments on how the new Food Safety and Modernization Act will increase the demand and cost for product recall insurance.
January 2012 
Firm Represents Indorama Ventures in its Acquisition of FiberVisions Holdings LLC
January 9, 2012 
Bloomberg Derivatives Law Report
Matthew Magidson comments on the impact that derivatives trading rules, set to be finalized in 2012, will have on the marketplace.
Matthew Magidson comments on the impact that derivatives trading rules, set to be finalized in 2012, will have on the marketplace.
January 9, 2012 
New York Law Journal
In a New York Law Journal article, Lowenstein Sandler's election of Richard Bernstein and Matthew A. Magidson to Members of the Firm is highlighted.
In a New York Law Journal article, Lowenstein Sandler's election of Richard Bernstein and Matthew A. Magidson to Members of the Firm is highlighted.
January 6, 2012 
Huffington Post
In a Huffington Post article, Jeffrey Wild comments on the need for emergency shelter for the homeless in Ocean County, New Jersey.
In a Huffington Post article, Jeffrey Wild comments on the need for emergency shelter for the homeless in Ocean County, New Jersey.
January 2012 
New Jersey Law Journal, Millburn-Short Hills Patch, Citybizlist.com
In New Jersey Law Journal Millburn-Short Hills Patch and Citybizlist.com articles, Lowenstein Sandler's election of Richard Bernstein, Richard J. Horne, Michael T.G. Long and Matthew A. Magidson to Members of the Firm is highlighted.
In New Jersey Law Journal, Millburn-Short Hills Patch and Citybizlist.com articles, Lowenstein Sandler's election of Richard Bernstein, Richard J. Horne, Michael T.G. Long and Matthew A. Magidson to Members of the Firm is highlighted.
January 5, 2012 
Richmond Times-Dispatch
In a Richmond Times-Dispatch article, Bruce Buechler commented on the liquidation of 25 RoomStore locations, which should result in a $5 million net recovery to the Debtor and allow the retailer to continue to operate in its remaining retail locations
In a Richmond Times-Dispatch article, Bruce Buechler commented on the liquidation of 25 RoomStore locations, which should result in a $5 million net recovery to the Debtor and allow the retailer to continue to operate in its remaining retail locations
January 2012 
Lowenstein Retained as Debtors' Counsel in Two New Bankruptcy Cases
January 4, 2012 
Lowenstein Sandler Announces Four New Members
January 2012 
New York Times, Wall Street Journal, AmLaw Daily, Reuters, Daily Deal
In New York Times, Wall Street Journal, AmLaw Daily Reuters and Daily Deal articles, Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for representing tour bus operator Coach America Holdings, Inc. in its Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing.
In New York Times, Wall Street Journal, AmLaw Daily, Reuters and Daily Deal articles, Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for representing tour bus operator Coach America Holdings, Inc. in its Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing.
December 30, 2011 
Dow Jones Daily Bankruptcy Review
Norman Kinel comments on how the bankruptcy reorganization process may allow struggling restaurant chains to remain in business
Norman Kinel comments on how the bankruptcy reorganization process may allow struggling restaurant chains to remain in business
December 24, 2011 
The London Times
Jeffrey Wild comments on the English Poor Laws which our firm will rely on in the January 6 hearing to decide whether residents of a tent city in Lakewood, New Jersey will be allowed to remain on the land.
Jeffrey Wild comments on the English Poor Laws which our firm will rely on in the January 6 hearing to decide whether residents of a tent city in Lakewood, New Jersey will be allowed to remain on the land.
December 22, 2011 
New York Times
In a New York Times article, Ike Sorkin comments on defendants crying in court.
In a New York Times article, Ike Sorkin comments on defendants crying in court.
December 20, 2011 
The Star Ledger, Advocate.com, Lawyers.com, Proud Parenting, New Jersey Law Journal
Karim Kaspar comments on how a Hudson County Superior Court judge's decision to grant legal custody of twin girls to a same-sex, interracial couple, based on the best interests of the children, is a victory for parents in nontraditional families.
Karim Kaspar commented on how a Hudson County Superior Court judge's decision to grant legal custody of twin girls to a same-sex, interracial couple, based on the best interests of the children, is a victory for parents in nontraditional families. San Diego Gay & Lesbian News, Windy City Times, Gay Today.com, Outword Magazine, Sacramento Bee, December 19, 2011. The Star Ledger, Advocate.com, Lawyers.com, Proud Parenting, New Jersey Law Journal, December 20, 2011.
December 19, 2011 
Lowenstein Sandler Wins Custody Case For Same Sex Couple
December 16, 2011 
The Wall Street Journal
Matthew Magidson comments on the benefits of establishing a protocol for the global swaps market to respond to a partial or full dissolution of the euro.
Matthew Magidson comments on the benefits of establishing a protocol for the global swaps market to respond to a partial or full dissolution of the euro.
December 15, 2011 
The Hedge Fund Law Report
Scott Moss discusses the pros and cons of hedge fund managers engaging in transactions with their own hedge funds and their investors.
Scott Moss discusses the pros and cons of hedge fund managers engaging in transactions with their own hedge funds and their investors.
December 13, 2011 
Rutgers School of Law - Newark
Rutgers School of Law - Newark highlights alumnus Miguel Alexander Pozo, Hispanic National Bar Association National Finance Director, for his efforts as co-chair of the HNBA 3rd Annual Midyear Corporate Counsel Conference.
Rutgers School of Law - Newark highlights alumnus Miguel Alexander Pozo, Hispanic National Bar Association National Finance Director, for his efforts as co-chair of the HNBA 3rd Annual Midyear Corporate Counsel Conference and 17th Annual Uvaldo Herrera National Moot Court Competition to be held March 28-31, 2012 in Jersey City.
December 11, 2011 
Debtwire
Jonathan Wishnia comments on the emergence and importance of tolling agreements in RMBS putback disputes.
Jonathan Wishnia comments on the emergence and importance of tolling agreements in RMBS putback disputes.
December 8, 2011 
NACM ENews
On NACM.org, Bruce Nathan and Scott Cargill discuss the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy case.
On NACM.org, Bruce Nathan and Scott Cargill discuss the Lehman Brothers bankruptcy case.
December 2011 
Lowenstein Sandler Partner Michael N. Gooen Named Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel
December 6, 2011 
The PIPEs Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on why the easing of capital raising requirements for microcap companies will not solve the current job crisis.
Jack Hogoboom comments on why the easing of capital raising requirements for microcap companies will not solve the current job crisis.
December 6, 2011 
The PIPEs Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on Nasdaq regulators' potential rejection of private placement transactions involving "penny warrants" or other deeply discounted securities.
Jack Hogoboom comments on Nasdaq regulators' potential rejection of private placement transactions involving "penny warrants" or other deeply discounted securities.
December 5, 2011 
SNL Financial
Lynda Bennett comments on the implications of the FDIC's citation of two banks for having civil money penalties endorsements in their directors' and officers' insurance policies.
Lynda Bennett comments on the implications of the FDIC's citation of two banks for having civil money penalties endorsements in their directors' and officers' insurance policies.
December 4, 2011 
Crain's New York Business
In a Crain's New York Business article about turning the Stuyvesant Town/Peter Cooper Village property into affordable condos, Ted Hunter comments on the current challenges in raising significant amounts of debt for large transactions.
In a Crain's New York Business article about turning the Stuyvesant Town/Peter Cooper Village property into affordable condos, Ted Hunter comments on the current challenges in raising significant amounts of debt for large transactions.
December 1, 2011 
Brian Lehrer Show
On WNYC's Brian Lehrer Show, Jeffrey Wild discusses the need for a right to shelter in Ocean County, New Jersey.
On WNYC's Brian Lehrer Show, Jeffrey Wild discusses the need for a right to shelter in Ocean County, New Jersey.
November 30, 2011 
Bloomberg Businessweek
In Bloomberg Businessweek, Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for representing the creditors' committees in the Chapter 11 cases of SP Newsprint Holdings, Inc. and Blitz U.S.A., Inc.
In Bloomberg Businessweek, Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for representing the creditors' committees in the Chapter 11 cases of SP Newsprint Holdings, Inc. and Blitz U.S.A., Inc.
November 21, 2011 
The Deal Pipeline
Wojciech F. Jung comments on the auction of Hussey Copper Corp. Mr. Jung is counsel to the official committee of unsecured creditors in the Hussey Copper Corp. Chapter 11 case.
Wojciech F. Jung comments on the auction of Hussey Copper Corp. Mr. Jung is counsel to the official committee of unsecured creditors in the Hussey Copper Corp. Chapter 11 case.
November 2011 
RMA Journal
Jonathan Wishnia discusses the benefits of working capital lending for small businesses.
Jonathan Wishnia discusses the benefits of working capital lending for small businesses.
November 14, 2011 
The Wall Street Journal
Jonathan Wishnia comments on the key factors determining how much investors may recover from soured mortgage bonds.
Jonathan Wishnia comments on the key factors determining how much investors may recover from soured mortgage bonds.
November 8, 2011 
The Deal Pipeline
John K. Sherwood, Kenneth A. Rosen and Wojciech F. Jung are highlighted for representing Ocean Place Development LLC in its Chapter 11 bankruptcy case.
John K. Sherwood, Kenneth A. Rosen and Wojciech F. Jung are highlighted for representing Ocean Place Development LLC in its Chapter 11 bankruptcy case.
November 4, 2011 
Law360
In a Law360 article, Michael S. Etkin and Ira M. Levee are highlighted for representing several public pension funds who are lead plaintiffs for a class of MF Global investors in the company's bankruptcy case.
In the Law360 article "Top Legal Talent Take Center Stage in MF Global Suits," Michael S. Etkin and Ira M. Levee are highlighted for representing several public pension funds who are lead plaintiffs for a class of MF Global investors in the company's bankruptcy case.
November 1, 2011 
Lowenstein Sandler Earns Top Honors in U.S. News and Best Lawyers' 2011 Best Law Firms Rankings
October 28, 2011 
Bloomberg Businessweek
In Bloomberg Businessweek, Lowenstein Sandler's representation of the creditors' committee in the Chapter 11 case of Cagle's Inc. is highlighted.
In Bloomberg Businessweek, Lowenstein Sandler's representation of the creditors' committee in the Chapter 11 case of Cagle's Inc. is highlighted.
October 27, 2011 
Hedge Funds Review
Scott Moss comments on the SEC's approval of a final Form PF and the
Scott Moss comments on the SEC's approval of a final Form PF and the SEC's revisions from the proposed form.
October 27, 2011 
Lowenstein Retained as Creditors' Counsel in Four Notable Bankruptcy Cases
October 26, 2011 
Law360
In a Law360 article, Michael Himmel comments on how regulators have stepped up their enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, particularly for private equity firms.
In a Law360 article, Michael Himmel comments on how regulators have stepped up their enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, particularly for private equity firms that are increasingly investing in emerging markets and other areas where bribery and corruption may be common.
October 25, 2011 
The Filmmaker Magazine Blog
In an article on The Filmmaker Magazine Blog, Matthew Savare comments on recent developments regarding the film tax incentive known as "Section 181."
In an article on The Filmmaker Magazine Blog, Matthew Savare comments on recent developments regarding the film tax incentive known as "Section 181."
October 25, 2011 
The Star Ledger
In The Star Ledger, Catherine Weiss comments on the problem of inadequate legal representation in immigration cases.
In The Star Ledger, Catherine Weiss comments on the problem of inadequate legal representation in immigration cases.
October 2011 
The National Law Journal, New Jersey Law Journal
In The National Law Journal and New Jersey Law Journal articles, Lynda A. Bennett's return to Lowenstein Sandler as Member of the Firm and Chair of the Insurance Coverage group is highlighted.
In The National Law Journal and New Jersey Law Journal articles, Lynda A. Bennett's return to Lowenstein Sandler as Member of the Firm and Chair of the Insurance Coverage group is highlighted.
October 24, 2011 
Distressed Debt Report
Sharon L. Levine comments on the advantages of current restructuring laws in light of the proposed Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Venue Reform Act of 2011.
Sharon L. Levine comments on the advantages of current restructuring laws in light of the proposed Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Venue Reform Act of 2011, which if passed would require corporate debtors to file for bankruptcy in the district where their principal business or assets are located.
October 2011 
Hispanic Business Magazine
Miguel Alexander Pozo is highlighted for his selection as National Finance Director of the Hispanic National Bar Association
In Hispanic Business Magazine, Miguel Alexander Pozo is highlighted for his selection as National Finance Director of the Hispanic National Bar Association.
October 14, 2011 
Bloomberg Businessweek
In Bloomberg Businessweek, Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for representing the creditors committee in the Chapter 11 case of Chef Solutions, Inc.
In Bloomberg Businessweek, Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for representing the creditors committee in the Chapter 11 case of Chef Solutions, Inc.
October 12, 2011 
Bloomberg Businessweek
In Bloomberg Businessweek, Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for representing the creditors' committees in two Chapter 11 cases filed within the same week – Graceway Pharmaceuticals and Hussey Copper Corp.
In Bloomberg Businessweek, Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for representing the creditors' committees in two Chapter 11 cases filed within the same week – Graceway Pharmaceuticals and Hussey Copper Corp.
October 10, 2011 
The National Law Journal, Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
In The National Law Journal and Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, Charles Torres's addition as Member of the Firm in Lowenstein Sandler's Tech Group is highlighted.
In The National Law Journal and Metropolitan Corporate Counsel, Charles Torres's addition as Member of the Firm in Lowenstein Sandler's Tech Group is highlighted.
October 10, 2011 
Firm Represents SNL Financial in Leveraged Recapitalization by New Mountain Capital
October 10, 2011 
Compliance Reporter
Douglas N. Cohen comments on FINRA's new operations professional examination and requirements.
Douglas N. Cohen comments on FINRA's new operations professional examination and requirements.
October 5, 2011 
Lowenstein Sandler Attorney Matthew Savare Recognized as Monmouth University Distinguished Alumni
October 4, 2011 
The PIPEs Report
Steven Skolnick comments on Israel's emergence as a popular market for PIPEs investors.
Steven Skolnick comments on Israel's emergence as a popular market for PIPEs investors.
October 4, 2011 
Lowenstein Sandler Partner Miguel Alexander Pozo Named 2011 Professional Lawyer of the Year
October 3, 2011 
Risk.net
Matthew Magidson comments on legal challenges in the derivatives section of the Dodd-Frank Act in light of an increase in lawsuits seeking relief from Dodd-Frank rules.
Matthew Magidson comments on legal challenges in the derivatives section of the Dodd-Frank Act in light of an increase in lawsuits seeking relief from Dodd-Frank rules.
September 28, 2011 
Law 360, Lawfuel & Citybizlist
In Law 360, Lawfuel and Citybizlist articles, Lynda A. Bennett's return to Lowenstein Sandler, as Member of the Firm and Chair of the Insurance Coverage group, is highlighted.
In Law 360, Lawfuel and Citybizlist articles, Lynda A. Bennett's return to Lowenstein Sandler, as Member of the Firm and Chair of the Insurance Coverage group, is highlighted.
September 28, 2011 
The Orange County Register
In The Orange County Register, Julie Levinson Werner comments on the National Labor Relations Board's new federal rule requiring millions of private U.S. businesses to display posters promoting unionization.
In The Orange County Register, Julie Levinson Werner comments on the National Labor Relations Board's new federal rule requiring millions of private U.S. businesses to display posters promoting unionization.
September 27, 2011 
Lowenstein Sandler Boosts Insurance Practice With Addition of Lynda A. Bennett
September 26, 2011 
BNA Human Resources Reporter
Julie Werner Levinson comments on how the new National Labor Relations Board requirement to post a notice of employee rights under federal law may impact employers.
Julie Levinson Werner comments on how the new National Labor Relations Board requirement to post a notice of employee rights under federal law may impact employers.
September 21, 2011 
Directorship.com
In his article "Dare to be Dumb" on Directorship.com, Robert Boneberg explains how corporate boards can recognize and avoid risks that could potentially result in catastrophic consequences.
In his article "Dare to be Dumb" on Directorship.com, Robert Boneberg explains how corporate boards can recognize and avoid risks that could potentially result in catastrophic consequences.
September 20, 2011 
Citybizlist.com
On Citybizlist.com, Miguel Alexander Pozo is highlighted for his selection as National Finance Director for the Hispanic National Bar Association.
On Citybizlist.com, Miguel Alexander Pozo is highlighted for his selection as National Finance Director for the Hispanic National Bar Association.
September 20, 2011 
Lowenstein Sandler Partner Miguel Alexander Pozo Announced as the New National Finance Director for the Hispanic National Bar Association
September 19, 2011 
Pensions & Investments, Investment News
In Pensions & Investments and Investment News, Steven E. Siesser comments on the recent trend of private equity firms forming business development companies (BDCs) as an alternative source of capital raising.
In Pensions & Investments and Investment NewsSteven E. Siesser comments on the recent trend of private equity firms forming business development companies (BDCs) as an alternative source of capital raising.
September 12, 2011 
Lowenstein Tops Daily Deal's List of Law Firms Representing Unsecured Creditors
September 9, 2011 
Troubled Company Reporter
Lowenstein Sandler's representation of the creditors' committees in the Borders Group Inc. and Einstein Moomjy Chapter 11 bankruptcy filings is highlighted.
Lowenstein Sandler's representation of the creditors' committees in the Borders Group Inc. and Einstein Moomjy Chapter 11 bankruptcy filings is highlighted.
September 8, 2011 
Securitization Intelligence
Jonathan Wishnia discusses the impact of the groundbreaking FHFA lawsuit naming 17 securitization firms and 130 securitization bankers, Securitization Intelligence, September 8, 2011.
Jonathan Wishnia discusses the impact of the groundbreaking FHFA lawsuit naming 17 securitization firms and 130 securitization bankers.
September 8, 2011 
Business Insider
In Business Insider, Jeffrey Wild's advocacy for the homeless living in tent cities in Lakewood is highlighted.
In Business Insider, Jeffrey Wild's advocacy for the homeless living in tent cities in Lakewood is highlighted.
September 7, 2011 
BBC Radio
In an interview on BBC Radio, Jeffrey Wild discusses his pro bono work on behalf of homeless New Jersey residents living in tent cities and his personal connection to the cause.
In an interview on BBC RadioJeffrey Wild discusses his pro bono work on behalf of homeless New Jersey residents living in tent cities and his personal connection to the cause.
September 7, 2011 
New York Law Journal, AmLaw Daily, Law360
In the New York Law Journal and AmLaw Daily, Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Charles Torres as Member in the Tech Group is highlighted.
In the New York Law Journal , AmLaw Daily, and Law360 Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Charles Torres as Member in the Tech Group is highlighted.
September 6, 2011 
Lowenstein Sandler Continues To Expand, Adding Venture Capital and Technology Partner Charles Torres to its New York Venture Practice
September 1, 2011 
Thirty-Six Lowenstein Sandler Attorneys Named to 2012 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America
August 2011 
Lowenstein Retained as Creditors' Counsel in Two Notable Bankruptcy Cases
August 18, 2011 
Bloomberg BusinessWeek
In a Bloomberg BusinessWeek article, Jonathan Wishnia comments on construction of mortgage loan repurchase provisions in light of the potential outcome of insurer MBIA Inc.'s litigation against Bank of America Corp.
In a Bloomberg BusinessWeek article, Jonathan Wishnia comments on construction of mortgage loan repurchase provisions in light of the potential outcome of insurer MBIA Inc.'s litigation against Bank of America Corp.
August 15, 2011 
The Pink Sheet
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for teaming up with Merck to provide pro bono services to clients referred by Volunteer Lawyers for Justice's bankruptcy program and handling the legal needs of veterans at Community Hope's "Hope for Veterans" program.
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for teaming up with Merck to provide pro bono services to clients referred by Volunteer Lawyers for Justice's bankruptcy program and handling the legal needs of veterans at Community Hope's "Hope for Veterans" program.
August 11, 2011 
ABCNews.com
On ABCNews.com, Jeffrey Wild comments on his pro bono fight for the right to shelter of people residing in tent cities in New Jersey.
On ABCNews.comJeffrey Wild comments on his pro bono fight for the right to shelter of people residing in tent cities in New Jersey.
August 11, 2011 
The Daily Deal
Bruce Buechler, Bruce Nathan and Paul Kizel are highlighted for representing the Official Unsecured Creditors Committee of Borders Group Inc
Bruce Buechler, Bruce Nathan and Paul Kizel are highlighted for representing the Official Unsecured Creditors Committee of Borders Group Inc. On August 10, 2011, Judge Martin Glenn approved the bidding procedures for the sale of Borders' intellectual property and real estate leases
August 10, 2011 
Publisher's Weekly
In a Publisher's Weekly article about the lease auction of Borders stores, Paul Kizel notes late developments in negotiations for the Torrance, CA store. Mr. Kizel represents the Creditors Committee in the Borders Group Inc. Chapter 11 case.
In a Publisher's Weekly article about the lease auction of Borders stores, Paul Kizel notes late developments in negotiations for the Torrance, CA store. Mr. Kizel represents the Creditors Committee in the Borders Group Inc. Chapter 11 case.
August 9, 2011 
Larry Bodine LawMarketing Blog
In a Larry Bodine LawMarketing Blog post, Miguel Pozo is highlighted for his successful presentation at the Network of Trial Law Firms "Litigation Management in a New York Minute" CLE event.
In a Larry Bodine LawMarketing Blog post, Miguel Alexander Pozo is highlighted for his successful presentation at the Network of Trial Law Firms "Litigation Management in a New York Minute" CLE event.
August 8, 2011 
Private Equity Manager
Marie DeFalco comments on the effects and prospects of the Dodd-Frank Act.
Marie DeFalco comments on the effects and prospects of the Dodd-Frank Act.
August 2, 2011 
The Wall Street Journal
Matthew Magidson comments on how technology may affect derivatives trading in light of Sunil Hirani's new venture aiming to trade interest rate swaps electronically.
Matthew Magidson comments on how technology may affect derivatives trading in light of Sunil Hirani's new venture aiming to trade interest rate swaps electronically.
August 1, 2011 
Compliance Reporter
Douglas N. Cohen comments on FINRA's new exam and registration for broker-dealer back-office, operations professionals.
Douglas N. Cohen comments on FINRA's new exam and registration for broker-dealer back-office, operations professionals.
July 27, 2011 
NY1
In an interview on NY1, Michael P. Vito discusses the importance of designating the appropriate beneficiaries for nonprobate assets such as IRAs and life insurance policies.
In an interview on NY1Michael P. Vito discusses the importance of designating the appropriate beneficiaries for nonprobate assets such as IRAs and life insurance policies.
July 25, 2011 
NBC's Nightly News
In an interview on NBC’s New York Nightly News, Warren Racusin discusses the state and federal tax implications and other planning issues for same-sex couples marrying in New York.
In an interview on NBC’s New York Nightly News, Warren Racusin discusses the state and federal tax implications and other planning issues for same-sex couples marrying in New York.
July 2011 
Bloomberg
In Bloomberg, Ike Sorkin comments on standards for trading on inside information.
In BloombergIke Sorkin comments on standards for trading on inside information.
July 17, 2011 
InvestmentNews
In an InvestmentNews article, Michael Vito discusses the many financial, tax, and planning implications for same-sex couples considering marriage in New York.
In an InvestmentNews article, Michael P. Vito discusses the many financial, tax, and planning implications for same-sex couples considering marriage in New York.
July 15, 2011 
The Daily Deal
Bruce Buechler was quoted on his statements at a Borders Group Inc. bankruptcy hearing regarding a potential liquidation of the stores
Bruce Buechler was quoted on his statements at a Borders Group Inc. bankruptcy hearing regarding a potential liquidation of the stores
July 14, 2011 
Publisher's Weekly
In a Publisher's Weekly article, Bruce Buechler was quoted on his statements in court on how the Creditors Committee in the Borders Group Inc. Chapter 11 case is encouraging BB Brands to come forward with a going-concern bid
In a Publisher's Weekly article, Bruce Buechler was quoted on his statements in court on how the Creditors Committee in the Borders Group Inc. Chapter 11 case is encouraging BB Brands to come forward with a going-concern bid
July 13, 2011 
Lowenstein Sandler Batters Up for the 2011 "Battle of the Barristers" Softball Tournament to Benefit Fresh Air Fund
July 12, 2011 
DebtWire.com
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for representing the Official Unsecured Creditors' Committee for Nebraska Books.
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for representing the Official Unsecured Creditors' Committee for Nebraska Books.
July 7, 2011 
The AmLaw Daily
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for ranking 32nd among AmLaw 200 law firms for its pro bono work.
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for ranking 32nd among AmLaw 200 law firms for its pro bono work.
July 6, 2011 
New York Law Journal
In the New York Law Journal, Steven Siesser discusses the expansion of the firm's New York office, which has added 41,900 square feet to its 1251 Avenue of the Americas location.
In the New York Law JournalSteven E. Siesser discusses the expansion of the firm's New York office, which has added 41,900 square feet to its 1251 Avenue of the Americas location. The office expansion is in response to increased activity, including growth in core practice areas and new attorneys joining the firm.
July 2011 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Kenneth Zimmerman comments on Lowenstein Sandler's commitment to pro bono work and receipt of the New Jersey State Bar Association's 2010-2011 Pro Bono Award.
Kenneth Zimmerman comments on Lowenstein Sandler's commitment to pro bono work and receipt of the New Jersey State Bar Association's 2010-2011 Pro Bono Award.
July 1, 2011 
Dow Jones Newswire and The Wall Street Journal
Michael S. Etkin comments on the $208.5 million settlement of the consolidated shareholder class-action lawsuit against former officers, directors, underwriters and auditors of Washington Mutual, Inc. alleging misrepresentations and failures to disclose.
Michael S. Etkin comments on the $208.5 million settlement of the consolidated shareholder class-action lawsuit against former officers, directors, underwriters and auditors of Washington Mutual, Inc. alleging misrepresentations and failures to disclose relating to Washington Mutual's financial condition. Lowenstein Sandler is bankruptcy counsel to the lead institutional plaintiff and the class.
July 1, 2011 
The Wall Street Journal's Marketwatch
In the Wall Street Journal's Marketwatch, Scott Moss discusses the new SEC investment adviser registration rules and hedge fund disclosure.
In The Wall Street Journal's Marketwatch, Scott Moss discusses the new SEC investment adviser registration rules and hedge fund disclosure.
June 21, 2011 
Derivatives Week
Matthew Magidson comments on the Commodity Futures Trading Commission's delay of the implementation of the Dodd-Frank Act for over-the-counter swaps rules.
Matthew Magidson comments on the Commodity Futures Trading Commission's delay of the implementation of the Dodd-Frank Act for over-the-counter swaps rules. The delay could give some end users the opportunity to make private claims against swaps dealers to nullify transactions that may not comply with the law.
June 16, 2011 
Lowenstein Sandler Advises Filene's Basement and Syms Clothing in Real Estate Transaction Recognized as ‘Most Creative Retail Deal of 2010’ by Real Estate Board of New York
June 16, 2011 
Daily Journal
Gary Wingens, Kathi Rawnsley and Ed Zimmerman discuss the strategic growth of Lowenstein Sandler's Palo Alto office.
Gary Wingens, Kathi Rawnsley and Ed Zimmerman discuss the strategic growth of Lowenstein Sandler's Palo Alto office.
June 15, 2011 
Total Securitization
Jonathan Wishnia comments on the CLO structural innovations at Global ABS 2011 in Brussels, Belgium.
Jonathan Wishnia comments on the CLO structural innovations at Global ABS 2011 in Brussels, Belgium.
June 15, 2011 
Advisor One
In an Advisor One article, Douglas Cohen comments on the implications of the SEC's proposed amendments to its broker-dealer financial reporting rule.
In an Advisor One article, Douglas N. Cohen comments on the implications of the SEC's proposed amendments to its broker-dealer financial reporting rule.
June 14, 2011 
Global ABS Daily
Zachary Rosenbaum comments on investors' frustration regarding the unwillingness of some RMBS trustees to investigate and pursue mortgage "put-back" claims.
Zachary Rosenbaum comments on investors' frustration regarding the unwillingness of some RMBS trustees to investigate and pursue mortgage "put-back" claims.
June 13, 2011 
The National Law Journal
Michael Dore comments on how the outcome of the first Toyota bellwether trial will likely influence future trials.
Michael Dore comments on how the outcome of the first Toyota bellwether trial will likely influence future trials.
June 10, 2011 
NJBIZ
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for receiving the New Jersey State Bar Association's 2010-2011 Pro Bono Award. The annual award recognizes a firm that demonstrates exemplary pro bono service.
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for receiving the New Jersey State Bar Association's 2010-2011 Pro Bono Award. The annual award recognizes a firm that demonstrates exemplary pro bono service.
June 10, 2011 
Lowenstein Sandler Receives Top Rankings in 2011 Chambers USA Guide
June 8, 2011 
Lowenstein Sandler Receives Bar Association's Pro Bono Award
June 3, 2011 
Law360
Michael S. Etkin and Ira M. Levee are highlighted for representing the securities plaintiffs in Colonial BancGroup Inc.'s Chapter 11 proceedings.
Michael S. Etkin and Ira M. Levee are highlighted for representing the securities plaintiffs in Colonial BancGroup Inc.'s Chapter 11 proceedings.
June 2, 2011 
Pro Bono Institute
In The PB Eye, Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for its pro bono work helping The Reinvestment Fund secure a $2 million loan to bring a fresh food initiative to New Jersey.
In The PB Eye, Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for its pro bono work helping The Reinvestment Fund secure a $2 million loan to bring a fresh food initiative to New Jersey.
June 2, 2011 
Publisher's Weekly, Reuters, PaidContent.org, Bloomberg Businessweek
Bruce Buechler is quoted on the comments he made at a court hearing on the reaction of the Creditors' Committee in the Borders Group Inc. bankruptcy to Judge Martin Glenn granting Borders an extension in filing their Chapter 11 plan
In Publisher's Weekly, Reuters, PaidContent.org, and Bloomberg Businessweek, Bruce Buechler is quoted on the comments he made at a court hearing on the reaction of the Creditors' Committee in the Borders Group Inc. bankruptcy to Judge Martin Glenn granting Borders an extension in filing their Chapter 11 plan. Mr. Buechler is lead counsel for the Creditors' Committee in the Borders bankruptcy case
June 1, 2011 
Business Law Currents
In Business Law Currents, Steven Skolnick is highlighted for representing the underwriters in Brainsway Inc's NASDAQ listing.
In Business Law Currents, Steven Skolnick is highlighted for representing the underwriters in Brainsway Inc's NASDAQ listing.
June 1, 2011 
Risk & Insurance
In a Risk & Insurance article, Robert Chesler discusses changes in general liability insurance policies brought on by increased risks in the age of social media.
In a Risk & Insurance article, Robert Chesler discusses changes in general liability insurance policies brought on by increased risks in the age of social media.
May 31, 2011 
The Record, The Star Ledger
In The Record and Star Ledger article, Jeffrey J. Wild's advocacy for the homeless living in tent cities in Lakewood is highlighted.
In The Record, and The Star Ledger articles, Jeffrey Wild's advocacy for the homeless living in tent cities in Lakewood is highlighted.
May 27, 2011 
Trenton Times
Steven Brawer comments on Superior Court Judge Linda Feinberg's decision to strike down a three-year old Mercer County requirement that contractors bidding on county projects participate in an approved apprenticeship program.
In a Trenton Times article, Steven Brawer comments on Superior Court Judge Linda Feinberg's decision to strike down a three-year old Mercer County requirement that contractors bidding on county projects participate in an approved apprenticeship program and provide approved health insurance plans.
May 27, 2011 
New Jersey Law Journal
James Stewart comments on how, in Lowenstein’s friend-of-the-court brief in Brown v. Plata, including a photo of a cage used to hold mentally ill inmates influenced the U.S. Supreme Court to order California to reduce prison overcrowding.
James Stewart comments on how, in Lowenstein’s friend-of-the-court brief in Brown v. Plata, including a photo of a phone-booth-sized cage used to hold mentally ill inmates influenced the U.S. Supreme Court to order California to reduce critical and dangerous prison overcrowding.
May 26, 2011 
Sacramento Bee
Lowenstein Sandler's representation of major stakeholders in four of Bankruptcy Week's 20 largest bankruptcy filings in 2011 is highlighted.
In a Sacramento Bee article, Lowenstein Sandler's representation of major stakeholders in four of Bankruptcy Week's 20 largest bankruptcy filings in 2011 is highlighted.
May 2011 
Lowenstein Sandler Plays Key Role in Four of 20 Largest Bankruptcy Filings of 2011
May 26, 2011 
KIND Blog
Catherine Weiss and Christine Boyle are recognized as Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) pro bono attorneys of the month for their work representing a 10-year-old girl throughout her immigration proceedings.
Catherine Weiss and Christine Boyle are recognized as Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) pro bono attorneys of the month for their work representing a 10-year-old girl throughout her immigration proceedings.
May 2011 
Lowenstein Represents Ipreo in its $425M Sale to Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. From Firm Client Veronis Suhler Stevenson
May 9, 2011 
New Jersey Law Journal
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for ranking first among the state's top 20 firms for pro bono work in 2010.
In a New Jersey Law Journal article, Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for ranking first among the state's top 20 firms for pro bono work in 2010. The firm completed more than 23,600 hours of pro bono work through the Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest, averaging almost 95 hours per attorney.
May 8, 2011 
Star Ledger
Karim Kaspar and Lowenstein Sandler are highlighted for organizing the 2011 Battle of the Barristers, a softball tournament in which local law firms and corporations raise money for the Fresh Air Fund.
Karim Kaspar and Lowenstein Sandler were highlighted for organizing the 2011 Battle of the Barristers, a softball tournament in which local law firms and corporations raise money for the Fresh Air Fund, Star Ledger, May 8, 2011.
May 6, 2011 
Total Securitization
Jonathan Wishnia discusses upcoming private and government residential mortgage-backed litigation.
Jonathan Wishnia discusses upcoming private and government residential mortgage-backed litigation.
April 2011 
Lowenstein Sandler Ranks Among Top Law Firms in the Nation for First Quarter 2011 PIPE Transactions
April 21, 2011 
The Hedge Fund Law Report
Scott Moss and Michael Long discuss new regulations barring contingent compensation arrangements for placement agents who seek investments by certain public pension funds.
Scott Moss and Michael Long discuss new regulations barring contingent compensation arrangements for placement agents who seek investments by certain public pension funds.
April 17, 2011 
Star Ledger
In a Star Ledger article about poor people's struggle for proper legal representation, James Long reflects on a landlord-tenant case he handled during his pro bono rotation at Legal Services of New Jersey.
In a Star Ledger article about poor people's struggle for proper legal representation, James Long reflects on a landlord-tenant case he handled during his pro bono rotation at Legal Services of New Jersey.
April 2011 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Mary J. Hildebrand is highlighted for being selected one of the 2011 "Best Fifty Women in Business" by NJBiz magazine.
Mary J. Hildebrand is highlighted for being selected one of the 2011 "Best Fifty Women in Business" by NJBiz magazine.
April 2011 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for being named 2011 "Humanitarian of the Year" by the American Conference on Diversity.
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for being named 2011 "Humanitarian of the Year" by the American Conference on Diversity.
April 14, 2011 
Bloomberg Law
Bruce Buechler comments on a revised bonus plan that would pay Borders executives based on how much they recover for creditors under a sale or restructuring by Aug. 15
In an article about Borders' executive bonus plan, Bruce Buechler, who represents the unsecured Creditors' Committee in the Borders Group, Inc. Chapter 11 case, comments on a revised bonus plan that would pay Borders executives based on how much they recover for creditors under a sale or restructuring by Aug. 15
April 12, 2011 
CityBizList, AmLaw Daily, ABF Journal
In CityBizList, AmLaw Daily and ABF Journal articles, Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Marita A. Makinen as Member in the firm's Corporate Department is highlighted.
In CityBizList, AmLaw Daily and ABF Journal articles, Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Marita A. Makinen as Member in the firm's Corporate Department is highlighted.
April 11, 2011 
Lowenstein Sandler Adds Marita A. Makinen as Member in Corporate Department
April 8, 2011 
Reuter's PE Hub, The Deal, AmLaw Daily, IP & Technology Magazine, Law360, RFC Express, Intellectual Property Today San Francisco Daily Journal, The Recorder
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of the eight-person IP team, led by Dan Ovanezian and Marina Portnova, to the firm's expanding national IP practice and Palo Alto office is highlighted.
In Reuters' PE Hub, The Deal, AmLaw Daily, IP & Technology Magazine, Law360, RFC ExpressIntellectual Property Today, San Francisco Daily Journal, and The Recorder, Lowenstein Sandler's addition of the eight-person IP team, led by Dan Ovanezian and Marina Portnova, to the firm's expanding national IP practice and Palo Alto office is highlighted.
April 7, 2011 
Lowenstein Sandler Growth Continues in Silicon Valley
April 7, 2011 
Rutgers.com
In a Rutgers release, David Harris is highlighted for serving as the keynote speaker at Rutgers School of Law - Newark's Minority Student Program at their 43rd Anniversary dinner on April 14, 2011.
In a Rutgers release, David Harris is highlighted for serving as the keynote speaker at Rutgers School of Law - Newark's Minority Student Program at their 43rd Anniversary dinner on April 14, 2011.
April 2011 
Lowenstein Sandler Ranks Among Nation's Most Active Law Firms for Private Equity and Venture Capital Deals
April 4, 2011 
Hedge Funds Review
Matt Magidson comments on the effects the European Union's proposed legislation could have on the shorting strategies used by a large number of hedge funds.
Matt Magidson comments on the effects the European Union's proposed legislation could have on the shorting strategies used by a large number of hedge funds.
April 3, 2011 
HopatcongPatch
Zulima Farber is highlighted for receiving an Evangelina Menedez Trailblazer Award, an award presented by Senator Robert Menendez and named in honor of his mother to recognize pioneering women who have made outstanding contributions in their fields.
Zulima Farber is highlighted for receiving an Evangelina Menedez Trailblazer Award, an award presented by Senator Robert Menendez and named in honor of his mother to recognize pioneering women who have made outstanding contributions in their fields.
March 25, 2011 
Standard & Poor's LCD Distressed Weekly
Bruce Nathan comments on how the debtor's right to choose the venue for Chapter 11 proceedings is part of the Bankruptcy Code's system of checks and balances between debtors' rights and creditors' rights.
Bruce Nathan comments on how the debtor's right to choose the venue for Chapter 11 proceedings is part of the Bankruptcy Code's system of checks and balances between debtors' rights and creditors' rights.
March 25, 2011 
Standards & Poors LCD Distressed Weekly
Bruce Buechler discusses the fact that bankrutcy judges in Wilmington, DE and Manhattan often consult each other before publishing precedential opinions as a reason many large companies choose to file their Chapter 11 cases in the two courts
Bruce Buechler discusses the fact that bankruptcy judges in Wilmington, DE and Manhattan often consult each other before publishing precedential opinions as a reason many large companies choose to file their Chapter 11 cases in the two courts
March 21, 2011 
NJN TV News
In an interview with NJN TV News, Jeffrey Wild discusses the lawsuit against Ocean County aiming to force the county to provide emergency housing for homeless living in tent cities and homeless throughout the county.
In an interview with NJN TV NewsJeffrey Wild discusses the lawsuit against Ocean County aiming to force the county to provide emergency housing for homeless living in tent cities and homeless throughout the county, based on the New Jersey constitution and other law.
March 15, 2011 
Publishers Weekly
In a Publishers Weekly article, Bruce Buechler is mentioned for his statement in Bankruptcy Court in the Borders Chapter 11 case about Borders' request for final approval of debtor in possession financing
In a Publishers Weekly article, Bruce Buechler is mentioned for his statement in Bankruptcy Court in the Borders Chapter 11 case about Borders' request for final approval of debtor in possession financing
March 14, 2011 
LegalBisnow
In a LegalBisnow profile, Steven E. Siesser discusses the growth of Lowenstein Sandler's New York office.
In a LegalBisnow profile, Steven E. Siesser discusses the growth of Lowenstein Sandler's New York office.
March 14, 2011 
Asbury Park Press, TomsRiverPatch
In Asbury Park Press and TomsRiverPatch articles, Jeffrey Wild comments on Ocean County's refusal to provide emergency housing to homeless men and women living in encampments such as a "tent city" in Lakewood, NJ.
In Asbury Park Press and TomsRiverPatch articles, Jeffrey Wild comments on Ocean County's refusal to provide emergency housing to homeless men and women living in encampments such as a "tent city" in Lakewood, NJ. Lowenstein Sandler PC serves as pro bono counsel to the group of homeless in Tent City in a proposed class action on behalf of the homeless who are denied emergency shelter.
March 14, 2011 
Westlaw News & Insight
Bruce Nathan, Bruce Buechler and Paul Kizel are highlighted for representing the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors of Borders Group Inc
In a Westlaw News & Insight article, Bruce Nathan, Bruce Buechler and Paul Kizel are highlighted for representing the Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors of Borders Group Inc. The Committee objected to the entry of a final order authorizing debtor in possession financing, in part, because the proposed financing does not provide the company with adequate liquidity
March 8, 2011 
Lowenstein Sandler Partner Honored Among "Best Fifty Women in Business"
March 4, 2011 
Total Securitization
Jonathan Wishnia discusses Lowenstein Sandler's representation of institutional investors in enforcing RMBS put-back claims.
Jonathan Wishnia discusses Lowenstein Sandler's representation of institutional investors in enforcing RMBS put-back claims.
March 2011 
WCTC Radio
In an interview with WCTC's New Jersey Today, Jeffrey Wild discusses the lawsuit against Ocean County aiming to force the county to provide emergency housing for homeless.
In an interview with WCTC's New Jersey Today, Jeffrey Wild discusses the lawsuit against Ocean County aiming to force the county to provide emergency housing for homeless.
February 28, 2011 
Wall Street Journal
In a Wall Street Journal article about General Motors' credit default swaps, Matthew Magidson comments on the strategy of buying credit default protection on an entity that does not have outstanding bonds.
In a Wall Street Journal article about General Motors' credit default swaps, Matthew Magidson comments on the strategy of buying credit default protection on an entity that does not have outstanding bonds.
February 28, 2011 
Reuters.com
In a Reuters.com article, Michael Gooen comments on the newly enacted $5 million gift tax exclusion.
In a Reuters.com article, Michael Gooen comments on the newly enacted $5 million gift tax exclusion.
February 28, 2011 
Bloomberg Television's Bottom Line
Matthew Magidson discusses trading in General Motors Co.'s credit-default swaps during a segment of Bloomberg Television's "Bottom Line."
Matthew Magidson discusses trading in General Motors Co.'s credit-default swaps during a segment of Bloomberg Television's "Bottom Line."
February 27, 2011 
Troubled Company Reporter, AmLaw Daily
In a Troubled Company Reporter article, Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for being selected by the Official Unsecured Creditors' Committee for Borders Group to represent it in Border's bankruptcy case.
In Troubled Company Reporter  and AmLaw Daily articles, Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for being selected by the Official Unsecured Creditors' Committee for Borders Group to represent it in Border's bankruptcy case.
February 25, 2011 
Slate's BizBox
In a Slate's BizBox article, Matt Kirmayer comments on the Obama administration's turn towards embracing business and deregulation and the effect it could have on the venture capital industry.
In a Slate's BizBox article, Matt Kirmayer comments on the Obama administration's turn toward embracing business and deregulation and the effect it could have on the venture capital industry.
February 25, 2011 
Lowenstein Sandler Named "Humanitarian of the Year" by American Conference on Diversity
February 25, 2011 
The Wall Street Journal, American Lawyer
In Wall Street Journal and American Lawyer articles, Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for being selected by The Official Unsecured Creditors' Committee for Borders Group to represent it in Borders' bankruptcy case.
In Wall Street Journal and American Lawyer articles, Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for being selected by The Official Unsecured Creditors' Committee for Borders Group to represent it in Borders' bankruptcy case. The book retailer filed its Chapter 11 case on February 16, 2011 in New York City. The seven-member committee includes Penguin Group (USA) Inc., Random House, Inc., HarperCollins Publishers LLC, Perseus Books Group, Sony Music Entertainment, General Growth Properties Inc. and Simon Property Group.
February 24, 2011 
Derivatives Week
Matthew Magidson comments on whether provisions for trading with special entities in the Dodd-Frank Act will apply to hedge funds.
Matthew Magidson comments on whether provisions for trading with special entities in the Dodd-Frank Act will apply to hedge funds.
February 18, 2011 
Daily Deal
John Sherwood is highlighted for his representation of Ocean Place Development LLC, which received court approval to use its cash collateral to pay for normal operating expenses.
John Sherwood is highlighted for his representation of Ocean Place Development LLC, which received court approval to use its cash collateral to pay for normal operating expenses.
February 16, 2011 
Derivatives Week
Matthew Magidson comments on the Commodity Futures Trading Commission's proposed rule.
Matthew Magidson comments on the Commodity Futures Trading Commission's proposed rule which would mandate that valuation methodologies be fixed at the beginning of a trade and not be updated during the life of the trade to account for changing market conditions or new valuation methodologies.
February 15, 2011 
The PIPEs Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on FINRA proposal to subject virtually all private placements to FINRA scrutiny.
Jack Hogoboom comments on FINRA proposal to subject virtually all private placements to FINRA scrutiny.
February 15, 2011 
PRLog.org
On PRLog.org, Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for collaborating with Merck & Co., Inc. to provide pro bono legal services to clients of Volunteer Lawyers for Justice's bankruptcy program.
On PRLog.org, Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for collaborating with Merck & Co., Inc. to provide pro bono legal services to clients of Volunteer Lawyers for Justice's bankruptcy program.
February 15, 2011 
LegalBisnow
Lowenstein's Tech Group Chair, Ed Zimmerman, is profiled in Legal Bisnow for his work with venture funds and rapidly growing startup companies in NYC and Silicon Valley.
Lowenstein's Tech Group Chair, Ed Zimmerman, is profiled in Legal Bisnow for his work with venture funds and rapidly growing startup companies in NYC and Silicon Valley.
February 14, 2011 
PR-Inside.com
In a PR-Inside.com release, Peter Greene's upcoming presentation at ALM's 4th Annual Hedge Fund General Counsel Summit is highlighted. The event takes place October 4, 2011.
In a PR-Inside.com release, Peter Greene's upcoming presentation at ALM's 4th Annual Hedge Fund General Counsel Summit is highlighted. The event takes place October 4, 2011.
February 14, 2011 
Agenda
Steven E. Siesser argues that making corporate directors more managerial shifts the focus of the board of directors and alters the corporate governance structure.
Steven E. Siesser comments on Robert Pozen's Harvard Business School article, in which Pozen presented a new corporate director archetype. Siesser argues that making corporate directors more managerial shifts the focus of the board of directors and alters the corporate governance structure.
February 7, 2011 
NJBIZ
Lowenstein Sandler's election of Peter J. Fusco, Michael J. Reinhardt and Jonathan C. Wishnia to Members of the firm, is highlighted.
Lowenstein Sandler's election of Peter J. Fusco, Michael J. Reinhardt and Jonathan C. Wishnia to Members of the firm, is highlighted.
February 4, 2011 
Structured Credit Investor
Jonathan Wishnia comments on how regulatory reform will affect new securitization issuances.
Jonathan Wishnia comments on how regulatory reform will affect new securitization issuances.
January 27, 2011 
The Deal Pipeline
Lowenstein Sandler's Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization & Creditors' Rights Group is highlighted for taking on seven new cases in the past three months
In a The Deal Pipeline article, Lowenstein Sandler's Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization & Creditors' Rights Group is highlighted for taking on seven new cases in the past three months, including representing the creditors' committee as conflicts counsel in the A&P proceedings and advising the committee of Townsends Inc.
January 24, 2011 
Markets Media
Matthew Magidson comments on how new CFTC documentation rules could lead to changes in standardized global derivative agreements.
Matthew Magidson comments on how new CFTC documentation rules could lead to changes in standardized global derivative agreements.
January 21, 2011 
Risk.net
Matthew Magidson comments on the implementation of the Volcker rule, a proposed ban on proprietary trading required under section 619 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and the Consumer Protection Act.
Matthew Magidson comments on the implementation of the Volcker rule, a proposed ban on proprietary trading required under section 619 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and the Consumer Protection Act.
January 19, 2011 
New Jersey Law Journal
Steven Skolnick comments on how the tight credit market has contributed to the stagnant mergers and acquisitions climate in recent years.
In a New Jersey Law Journal article, Steven Skolnick comments on how the tight credit market has contributed to the stagnant mergers and acquisitions climate in recent years.
January 19, 2011 
New Jersey Law Journal
In a New Jersey Law Journal article, Nicholas San Filippo comments on how the economic recession has affected the mergers and acquisitions climate.
In a New Jersey Law Journal article, Nicholas San Filippo comments on how the economic recession has affected the mergers and acquisitions climate.
January 19, 2011 
Dow Jones Daily Bankruptcy Review
Michael S. Etkin comments on Judge Mary Walrath's decision to reject confirmation of Washington Mutual Inc.'s Chapter 11 plan.
Michael S. Etkin comments on Judge Mary Walrath's decision to reject confirmation of Washington Mutual Inc.'s Chapter 11 plan.
January 2011 
Lowenstein Sandler Ranks Second in the Nation for Representing Placement Agents in 2010 PIPE Transactions
January 14, 2011 
Sacramento Bee
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for being ranked among the top firms in the nation for its representation of placement agents in Private Investments in Public Equity and Registered Direct (PIPE/RD) transactions in 2010.
In a Sacramento Bee article, Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for being ranked among the top firms in the nation for its representation of placement agents in Private Investments in Public Equity and Registered Direct (PIPE/RD) transactions in 2010. PlacementTracker ranked the firm second in the U.S. for the number of PIPE transactions it handled on behalf of agents in 2010 and PrivateRaise ranked the firm third for the number of transactions it handled on behalf of investors in 2010. Lowenstein Sandler advised placement agents in 29 deals totaling $385.8 million during 2010. The firm advised investors in eight deals totaling $211.2 million during the year.
January 11, 2011 
New Jersey Law Journal
In a New Jersey Law Journal article, Nicole Bearce comments on how Lowenstein Sandler uses part-time schedules to attract and retain quality talent who are seeking alternatives to practicing full-time.
In a New Jersey Law Journal article, Nicole Bearce comments on how Lowenstein Sandler uses part-time schedules to attract and retain quality talent who are seeking alternatives to practicing full-time.
January 10, 2011 
Structured Credit Investor
Jonathan Wishnia's election to member of the Firm is highlighted.
Jonathan Wishnia's election to member of the Firm is highlighted.
January 6, 2011 
Lowenstein Sandler Announces Three New Members
January 2011 
The American Lawyer
Michael Himmel, Robert Kipnees, Matthew Oliver, Michael Long, and Kristin Muir are highlighted for representing the Louis Berger Group Inc. in one of the largest ever settlements by a contractor working in war zones.
Michael Himmel, Robert Kipnees, Matthew Oliver, Michael Long, and Kristin Muir are highlighted for representing the Louis Berger Group Inc. in one of the largest ever settlements by a contractor working in war zones.
January 4, 2011 
Total Securitization
Jonathan Wishnia comments on RMBS put-back claims in private-label and agency transfers.
Jonathan Wishnia comments on RMBS put-back claims in private-label and agency transfers.
January 3, 2011 
Dow Jones Daily Bankruptcy Review
Norman Kinel comments on how bankruptcy lawyers will adapt to bankruptcy rulings such as the Philadelphia Newspapers decision
Norman Kinel comments on how bankruptcy lawyers will adapt to bankruptcy rulings such as the Philadelphia Newspapers decision, which denied lenders the right to credit bid as long as the lenders were provided with the "indubitable equivalent" of their claim under the plan
January 1, 2011 
Law 360
In a Law360 article, Matthew Magidson comments on the SEC and CFTC's proposal to define swaps dealers and swap participants under the Dodd-Frank Act.
In a Law360 article, Matthew Magidson comments on the SEC and CFTC's proposal to define swaps dealers and swap participants under the Dodd-Frank Act.
January 1, 2011 
Law360
Norman Kinel comments on how bankruptcy attorneys will devise strategies for their clients to adjust to court rulings such as the 3rd Circuit's Philadelphia Newspaper decision
In a Law360 article about the Top 10 Bankruptcy Rulings of 2010, Norman Kinel comments on how bankruptcy attorneys will devise strategies for their clients to adjust to court rulings such as the 3rd Circuit's Philadelphia Newspaper decision, which limited what had previously been thought to be a secured lender's absolute right to "credit bid" in connection with a sale pursuant to a plan of reorganization
December 23, 2010 
Bloomberg Businessweek
Warren Racusin comments on the possible effects of the new estate tax law on charitable donations.
In a Bloomberg Businessweek article, Warren Racusin comments on the possible effects of the new estate tax law on charitable donations.
December 7, 2010 
The PIPEs Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on the dangers of the SEC's proposed "venture capital fund" definition for small cap public companies.
Jack Hogoboom comments on the dangers of the SEC's proposed "venture capital fund" definition for small cap public companies.
December 3, 2010 
New Jersey Law Journal
In a New Jersey Law Journal article, Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for leading a coat drive to benefit Kids Corp, a nonprofit organization that provides academic and developmental support programs for children in Newark.
In a New Jersey Law Journal article, Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for leading a coat drive to benefit Kids Corp, a nonprofit organization that provides academic and developmental support programs for children in Newark.
November 19, 2010 
The Hedge Fund Law Report
Marie DeFalco comments on the rationale behind soft lock-ups as a hedge fund liquidity tool, particularly the redemption penalties associated with the premature sales of portfolio assets.
Marie DeFalco comments on the rationale behind soft lock-ups as a hedge fund liquidity tool, particularly the redemption penalties associated with the premature sales of portfolio assets.
November 17, 2010 
Lowenstein Sandler Adds Geoffrey Goldberg as Chief Marketing Officer
November 2010 
Firm Represents Indorama Ventures in $420 Million Acquisition of Manufacturing Facilities from INVISTA B.V.
November 12, 2010 
HedgeFund.net, Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Ike Sorkin as Member of the Firm in the White Collar Defense group is highlighted.
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Ike Sorkin as Member of the Firm in the White Collar Defense group is highlighted.
November 12, 2010 
Infovest21 News
Lowenstein Sandler's expansion of its White Collar Defense group, with the addition of Members Ike Sorkin and Donald Corbett, is highlighted.
Lowenstein Sandler's expansion of its White Collar Defense group, with the addition of Members Ike Sorkin and Donald Corbett, is highlighted.
November 11, 2010 
Lowenstein Sandler Adds Venture Capital Lawyer Matt Kirmayer in Palo Alto
November 11, 2010 
Biz Journal, Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal, Dow Jones Factiva, Private Equity Analyst, The Deal
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Matt Kirmayer as Member of the Firm in its Palo Alto office is highlighted.
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Matt Kirmayer as Member of the Firm in its Palo Alto office is highlighted.
November 11, 2010 
Dow Jones Factiva, The Deal, Crain's New York Business
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Joseph Jean as Member of the Firm in its New York office is highlighted.
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Joseph Jean as Member of the Firm in its New York office is highlighted.
November 11, 2010 
Lowenstein Sandler Welcomes Insurance Litigator Joseph Jean in New York
November 9, 2010 
The Distressed Debt Report
In an article about a New York lawsuit over amending an agreement to correct a mutual mistake , Steven Hecht comments on the difficulty of enforcing such contemplated amendments where a third party acquires the contract before it is reformed.
In an article about a New York lawsuit over amending an agreement to correct a mutual mistake , Steven Hecht comments on the difficulty of enforcing such contemplated amendments where a third party acquires the contract before it is reformed.
November 9, 2010 
The Deal
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of new Members Ike Sorkin and Donald Corbett, Counsel Nicole DeBello and Associates Daniel Roque and Elliot Stein, is highlighted.
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of new Members Ike Sorkin and Donald Corbett, Counsel Nicole De Bello and Associates Daniel Roque and Elliot Stein, is highlighted.
November 8, 2010 
Lowenstein Sandler Welcomes Renowned White Collar Defense Attorney Ike Sorkin to Firm; Securities Litigator Donald Corbett, Counsel and Two Associates Join with Sorkin
November 8, 2010 
The Wall Street Journal
Lowenstein Sandler's expansion of its New York litigation department and addition of new Members Ike Sorkin and Donald Corbett, Counsel Nicole DeBello and associates Daniel Roque and Elliot Stein is highlighted.
Lowenstein Sandler's expansion of its New York litigation department and addition of new Members Ike Sorkin and Donald Corbett, Counsel Nicole De Bello and associates Daniel Roque and Elliot Stein is highlighted.
November 3, 2010 
Law360
Matthew Magidson comments on changes the new Republican majority in the U.S. House of Representatives may make to the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.
In a Law360 article, Matthew Magidson comments on changes the new Republican majority in the U.S. House of Representatives may make to the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act.
November 2, 2010 
The PIPEs Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on Section 16 in light of a suit against a PIPE fund manager.
Jack Hogoboom comments on Section 16 in light of a suit against a PIPE fund manager.
November 1, 2010 
Total Securitization
Jonathan Wishnia comments on the market for Re-REMICs in light of the SEC's proposed Regulation AB II.
Jonathan Wishnia comments on the market for Re-REMICs in light of the SEC's proposed Regulation AB II.
October 26, 2010 
Financial Times
Marie DeFalco comments on the EU Directive.
Marie DeFalco comments on the EU Directive.
October 19, 2010 
The PIPEs Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on the SEC's efforts to police fraud in the microcap space.
Jack Hogoboom comments on the SEC's efforts to police fraud in the microcap space.
October 2010 
Infovest21's Investor Focus - Defining a Family Office
Scott Moss speaks on the SEC's definition of "family office".
Scott Moss speaks on the SEC's definition of "family office".
October 15, 2010 
Total Securitization
Jonathan Wishnia comments on the RMBS implications of the mortgage servicer foreclosure review process.
Jonathan Wishnia comments on the RMBS implications of the mortgage servicer foreclosure review process.
October 2010 
Lowenstein Sandler Ranks Second Among Nation's Law Firms for Representing Placement Agents in PIPE/RD Transactions for 1Q to 3Q 2010
October 6, 2010 
Wall Street Journal, Fox Business, PCWorld, SmartMoney.com
Mark Kesslen comments on the escalation of the legal war over patents in the wireless industry in light of Motorola Inc.'s filing of a patent infringement complaint against Apple Inc.
Mark Kesslen comments on the escalation of the legal war over patents in the wireless industry in light of Motorola Inc.'s filing of a patent infringement complaint against Apple Inc.
October 5, 2010 
The PIPEs Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on the risks involved in trading on information received ahead of a PIPE in light of a recent SEC case against hedge fund manager Robert Berlacher.
Jack Hogoboom comments on the risks involved in trading on information received ahead of a PIPE in light of a recent SEC case against hedge fund manager Robert Berlacher.
October 3, 2010 
Wall Street Journal, UPI
In Wall Street Journal and UPI articles, Mark Kesslen comments on Microsoft Corporation's possible motivation behind suing Motorola Inc. for infringing nine patents in smart phones powered by Android software.
In Wall Street Journal and UPI articles, Mark Kesslen comments on Microsoft Corporation's possible motivation behind suing Motorola Inc. for infringing nine patents in smart phones powered by Android software.
September 27, 2010 
Compliance Reporter
Matthew Magidson comments on the possibility of forming smaller hedge fund firms to stay under the regulatory barriers of the Dodd-Frank Act.
Matthew Magidson comments on the possibility of forming smaller hedge fund firms to stay under the regulatory barriers of the Dodd-Frank Act.
September 21, 2010 
The Record
Nicole Bearce is highlighted for earning the 2010 NJBIZ "Forty Under 40" award and being named to New Jersey Law Journal's 2010 "40 Under 40" list.
Nicole Bearce is highlighted for earning the 2010 NJBIZ "Forty Under 40" award and being named to New Jersey Law Journal's 2010 "40 Under 40" list.
September 16, 2010 
FINAlternatives
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for its top-tier national ranking in hedge fund and private funds law, and its second-tier national ranking in private equity in the inaugural 2010 edition of Best Law Firms, published by U.S. News and Best Lawyers.
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for its top-tier national ranking in hedge fund and private funds law, and its second-tier national ranking in private equity in the inaugural 2010 edition of Best Law Firms, published by U.S. News and Best Lawyers.
September 15, 2010 
Lowenstein Sandler Earns Top Honors in U.S. News and Best Lawyers' 2010 Best Law Firms Rankings
September 13, 2010 
Bloomberg
Jonathan Wishnia comments on mortgage loan repurchase demand issues in securitization structures.
Jonathan Wishnia comments on mortgage loan repurchase demand issues in securitization structures.
September 13, 2010 
Derivatives Week
Matthew Magidson comments on the prospect of states and government bodies being allowed to invest in private placements, including structured notes.
Matthew Magidson comments on the prospect of states and government bodies being allowed to invest in private placements, including structured notes.
September 2010 
The Bankruptcy Strategist
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Norman Kinel as Member of the Firm in its Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization and Creditors' Rights Group is highlighted
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Norman Kinel as Member of the Firm in its Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization and Creditors' Rights Group is highlighted
September 2010 
RMA Journal
Jonathan Wishnia discusses the implications of lenders and borrowers properly maintaining asset-based lending facilities.
Jonathan Wishnia discusses the implications of lenders and borrowers properly maintaining asset-based lending facilities
August 2010 
Lowenstein Sandler Litigation Partner, Nicole Bearce Albano Awarded Two Prestigious “Forty Under 40” Honors
August 30, 2010 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for earning top rankings in the Corporate, Environmental and "Bet the Company" Litigation categories of The Best Lawyers in America (2011).
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for earning top rankings in the Corporate, Environmental and "Bet the Company" Litigation categories of The Best Lawyers in America (2011). The 31 Lowenstein Sandler attorneys selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America are also mentioned.
August 18, 2010 
Bloomberg
Jonathan Wishnia comments on underwriter liability for mortgage loan representations and warranties.
Jonathan Wishnia comments on underwriter liability for mortgage loan representations and warranties.
August 15, 2010 
Crain's New York Business.com
Ted Hunter comments on the current real estate trend of properties being successfully foreclosed on by their mezzanine lenders.
Ted Hunter comments on the current real estate trend of properties being successfully foreclosed on by their mezzanine lenders.
August 13, 2010 
Main Justice
Michael Himmel comments on the increase in global anti-corruption enforcement in light of Russian investigators cooperating with German investigators in the Hewlett-Packard bribery probe.
Michael Himmel comments on the increase in global anti-corruption enforcement in light of Russian investigators cooperating with German investigators in the Hewlett-Packard bribery probe.
August 2010 
GlobeSt.com
John Stolz comments on the recent Supreme Court ruling in Iron Mountain Information Management Inc. v. The City of Newark
John Stolz comments on the recent Supreme Court ruling in Iron Mountain Information Management Inc. v. The City of Newark which impacts whether or not commercial tenants are entitled to notice of a proposed blight designation under the provisions of New Jersey's Local Redevelopment and Housing Law.
August 12, 2010 
New Jersey Record
Warren Racusin comments on the expansion of Lowenstein Sandler's Trusts and Estates practice in light of the upcoming reinstatement of the federal estate tax in 2011.
Warren Racusin comments on the expansion of Lowenstein Sandler's Trusts and Estates practice in light of the upcoming reinstatement of the federal estate tax in 2011.
August 4, 2010 
Best Lawyers Ranks Lowenstein Sandler's Corporate, Environmental and Litigation Practices First in State
August 3, 2010 
Dow Jones Factiva
Norman Kinel comments on the number of small and mid-size companies that have filed for bankruptcy in recent months
Norman Kinel comments on the number of small and mid-size companies that have filed for bankruptcy in recent months
August 2, 2010 
Derivatives Week
Matthew Magidson comments on states' ability to regulate swaps.
Matthew Magidson comments on states' ability to regulate swaps.
August 2, 2010 
New Jersey Law Journal
Kenneth Zimmerman and Catherine Weiss comment on the rule changes concerning amici filings.
Kenneth Zimmerman and Catherine Weiss comment on the rule changes concerning amici filings. The new rules will tighten deadlines, make citing unpublished cases easier and give trial judges a greater voice in deciding whether interlocutory appeals should be allowed.
August 2, 2010 
New Jersey Record
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Norman Kinel as Member of the Firm in its Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization and Creditors' Rights Group is highlighted
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Norman Kinel as Member of the Firm in its Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization and Creditors' Rights Group is highlighted
Summer/Fall 2010 
American Securitization
Jonathan Wishnia discusses the state of credit card securitizations, Is Credit Card ABS Set for a Rebound?, American Securitization, Summer/Fall 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2.
Jonathan Wishnia discusses the state of credit card securitizations, Is Credit Card ABS Set for a Rebound?, American Securitization, Summer/Fall 2010, Volume 4, Issue 2.
August 2010 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for earning top rankings in two league tables for its representation of placement agents in Private Investments in Public Equity and Registered Direct (PIPE/RD) transactions during the second quarter of 2010.
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for earning top rankings in two league tables for its representation of placement agents in Private Investments in Public Equity and Registered Direct (PIPE/RD) transactions during the second quarter of 2010. PrivateRaise and PlacementTracker both ranked the firm's Specialty Finance Group second in the nation among law firms for the number of PIPE/RD transactions it handled on behalf of placement agents from April to June 2010. Lowenstein Sandler advised placement agents in 17 deals totaling $243 million during the second quarter.
Summer 2010 
The Journal of Structured Finance
Jonathan Wishnia comments on the changing role of master servicing in securitizations, Rethinking the Master Servicing Role in Light of Changing RMBS Needs
Jonathan Wishnia comments on the changing role of master servicing in securitizations, Rethinking the Master Servicing Role in Light of Changing RMBS Needs, The Journal of Structured Finance, Summer 2010, Vol. 16, No. 2.
July 30, 2010 
Dow Jones Bankruptcy Review Small Cap
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Norman Kinel as Member of the Firm in its Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization and Creditors' Rights Group is highlighted
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Norman Kinel as Member of the Firm in its Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization and Creditors' Rights Group is highlighted
July 28, 2010 
Bloomberg (also published in The Boston Globe, San Francisco Chronicle and SNL Kagan Media & Communications Report)
Mark Kesslen comments on Apple Inc.'s attempt to maintain control over its products by suing companies that sell unauthorized electronic accessories such as chargers, speakers and cables for Apple's electronic devices.
Mark Kesslen comments on Apple Inc.'s attempt to maintain control over its products by suing companies that sell unauthorized electronic accessories such as chargers, speakers and cables for Apple's electronic devices.
July 27, 2010 
Law360
In an interview with Law360, Norman Kinel discusses his move to Lowenstein Sandler as a Member of the Firm in its Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization and Creditors' Rights Department
In an interview with Law360Norman Kinel discusses his move to Lowenstein Sandler as a Member of the Firm in its Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization and Creditors' Rights Department
July 27, 2010 
Structured Credit Investor
Jonathan Wishnia comments on asset-backed securities issuers' concerns brought about by the Dodd-Frank Act.
Jonathan Wishnia comments on asset-backed securities issuers' concerns brought about by the Dodd-Frank Act.
July 26, 2010 
Investment Dealer's Digest
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Norman Kinel as Member of the Firm in its Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization and Creditors' Rights Group is highlighted
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Norman Kinel as Member of the Firm in its Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization and Creditors' Rights Group is highlighted
July 26, 2010 
Lowenstein Sandler Bolsters Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization & Creditors' Rights Group with addition of Norman Kinel
July 25, 2010 
Investment News
Scott Moss comments on the effects of a provision in the financial reform bill that requires advisers of private-equity funds and hedge funds larger than $150 million to register with the SEC.
Scott Moss comments on the effects of a provision in the financial reform bill that requires advisers of private-equity funds and hedge funds larger than $150 million to register with the SEC.
July 23, 2010 
Bloomberg Law
Christopher S. Porrino and Steven Fuerst discuss the topic of "Small Business Divorce" in a Bloomberg Law Podcast
Christopher S. Porrino and Steven Fuerst discuss the topic of "Small Business Divorce" in a Bloomberg Law Podcast.
July 2010 
Lowenstein Sandler Ranks Second Among Nation's Law Firms for Representing Placement Agents in PIPE/RD Transactions for Q2 -2010
July 22, 2010 
Reuters China
Jonathan Wishnia comments on the impact of regulatory reform on asset-backed securities.
Jonathan Wishnia comments on the impact of regulatory reform on asset-backed securities.
July 21, 2010 
Dow Jones Factiva
Jonathan Wishnia comments on how the Dodd-Frank Act, signed into law by President Obama on July 21, 2010, impact all areas of asset-backed securities.
Jonathan Wishnia comments on how the Dodd-Frank Act, signed into law by President Obama on July 21, 2010, impacts all areas of asset-backed securities.
July 21, 2010 
Lawyers USA
Robert Chesler discusses lawyers' and law firms' need for cyber insurance policies, which provides coverage for intangibles such as identity theft and IP infringement--claims that general policies do not cover.
Robert Chesler discusses lawyers' and law firms' need for cyber insurance policies, which provides coverage for intangibles such as identity theft and IP infringement--claims that general policies do not cover.
July 16, 2010 
The Wall Street Journal
Sherri Venokur comments on how new financial legislation may pass costs from banks to commercial end-users of over-the-counter swaps.
Sherri Venokur comments on how new financial legislation may pass costs from banks to commercial end-users of over-the-counter swaps.
July 15, 2010 
The Hedge Fund Law Report
Scott Moss comments on Investment Advisers Act of 1940 and related compliance implications of loans from hedge funds to managers.
Scott Moss comments on Investment Advisers Act of 1940 and related compliance implications of loans from hedge funds to managers.
July 10, 2010 
Wall Street Journal
Mark Kesslen comments on NTP's lawsuit against Apple, Google, HTC Corp., LG Electronics Inc., Microsoft Corp. and Motorola Inc. over eight patents related to the wireless delivery of email to cell phones.
Mark Kesslen comments on NTP's lawsuit against Apple, Google, HTC Corp., LG Electronics Inc., Microsoft Corp. and Motorola Inc. over eight patents related to the wireless delivery of email to cell phones.
July 2010 
American Bar Association Pro Bono & Public Interest Newsletter
In an ABA Pro Bono & Public Interest Newsletter, Melissa Toner Lozner discusses the firm's pro bono work in the areas of children and education, immigration, criminal justice, civil and human rights, the arts, and sustainable and community development.
In an ABA Pro Bono & Public Interest Newsletter, Melissa Toner Lozner discusses the firm's pro bono work in the areas of children and education, immigration, criminal justice, civil and human rights, the arts, and sustainable and community development, done through the Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest.
July 7, 2010 
San Francisco Chronicle, Business Insider
First Growth Venture Network, founded by Ed Zimmerman, Kathi Rawnsley and Ray Thek, is highlighted for giving the New York venture capital community access to talent, fellow entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and angel investors.
In a San Francisco Chronicle article, First Growth Venture Network, founded by Ed Zimmerman, Kathi Rawnsley and Raymond P. Thek, is highlighted for giving the New York venture capital community access to talent, fellow entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and angel investors.
July 5, 2010 
Derivatives Week
Matthew Magidson comments on how the swaps desk spin-off provision in the U.S. Dodd-Frank bill may make derivatives trading too expensive for sellsiders outside the big five.
Matthew Magidson comments on how the swaps desk spin-off provision in the U.S. Dodd-Frank bill may make derivatives trading too expensive for sellsiders outside the big five.
July 5, 2010 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Lowenstein Sandler's top honors from Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business are highlighted.
Lowenstein Sandler's top honors from Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business are highlighted. The firm's Corporate, Litigation, Bankruptcy/Restructuring and Environmental practices all received tier-one rankings in the 2010 edition of the publication. The Intellectual Property, Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation, Labor & Employment and Real Estate practices were also recognized, along with 27 Lowenstein Sandler attorneys.
July 5, 2010 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Lowenstein Sandler's representation of Schering-Plough (now Merck) in a putative class action seeking damages for the alleged "off-label" marketing of two oncology drugs, Temodar and Intron, is highlighted.
Lowenstein Sandler's representation of Schering-Plough (now Merck) in a putative class action seeking damages for the alleged "off-label" marketing of two oncology drugs, Temodar and Intron, is highlighted. The Lowenstein team including Gavin Rooney, Alan Modlinger and Miguel Pozo, won motions to dismiss amended complaints with prejudice, the federal district court for the District of New Jersey finding that the plaintiffs failed to allege injury sufficient to confer Article III standing.
July 4, 2010 
Asbury Park Press
Michael Hahn is highlighted for being appointed co-chairman of the New Jersey State Bar Association's Antitrust Law Committee.
Michael Hahn is highlighted for being appointed co-chairman of the New Jersey State Bar Association's Antitrust Law Committee.
July 1, 2010 
CFO.com
Andrew Graw comments on employees' rights regarding unvested stock options when they terminate employment other than "for cause."
Andrew Graw comments on employees' rights regarding unvested stock options when they terminate employment other than "for cause."
June 30, 2010 
Dow Jones
Peter Greene comments on how the hedge fund industry's trend of hiring former SEC officials as regulators is comforting to investors.
Peter Greene comments on how the hedge fund industry's trend of hiring former SEC officials as regulators is comforting to investors.
June 25, 2010 
Structured Credit Investor
Matthew Magidson comments on the implications of the Dodd-Frank Act, which states banks will have two years to move credit default swaps, equity derivatives and certain other OTC derivatives to a subsidiary that is separately capitalized.
Matthew Magidson comments on the implications of the Dodd-Frank Act, which states banks will have two years to move credit default swaps, equity derivatives and certain other OTC derivatives to a subsidiary that is separately capitalized.
June 25, 2010 
The Hedge Fund Law Report
Steven E. Siesser comments on the increase in registered direct offerings over private placements (PIPEs) in public company capital raising.
Steven E. Siesser comments on the increase in registered direct offerings over private placements (PIPEs) in public company capital raising.
June 16, 2010 
AmLaw Litigation Daily
Gavin Rooney comments on the victory the firm won for client Schering-Plough (now Merck)
Gavin Rooney comments on the victory the firm won for client Schering-Plough (now Merck), in which the firm convinced Judge Stanley Chesler to dismiss, with prejudice, a putative class action by third-party payors and consumers complaining of off-label marketing of cancer drugs Temodar and Intron.
June 16, 2010 
The Center for Public Integrity
Jonathan Wishnia discusses rating agency liability in proposed financial reform bills.
Jonathan Wishnia discusses rating agency liability in proposed financial reform bills.
June 14, 2010 
Dow Jones Factiva
Matthew Magidson comments on Democratic Senator Blanche Lincoln's proposal to allow banks to keep parts of their over-the-counter derivatives operations.
Matthew Magidson comments on Democratic Senator Blanche Lincoln's proposal to allow banks to keep parts of their over-the-counter derivatives operations.
June 14, 2010 
Firm Wins Motions to Dismiss in Multidistrict "Off-Label" Litigation Case
June 2010 
Lowenstein Sandler Receives Top Rankings in 2010 Chambers USA Guide
June 10, 2010 
Real Estate Finance & Investment
Jonathan Wishnia discusses the structural implications of rating agency involvement in commercial mortgage securitization modifications and amendments.
Jonathan Wishnia discusses the structural implications of rating agency involvement in commercial mortgage securitization modifications and amendments.
June 4, 2010 
Real Estate Finance & Investment
Ted Hunter comments on the privatization and finance of hotels on U.S. military installations.
Ted Hunter comments on the privatization and finance of hotels on U.S. military installations. In 2009, Lowenstein represented developers in the first-ever privatization of hotels on U.S. Army bases. The project was named Project Finance's 2009 "North American Real Estate Deal of the Year."
June 2, 2010 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for earning an A+ rating in New Jersey Law Journal's Pro Bono Ranking for the fifth consecutive year.
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for earning an A+ rating in New Jersey Law Journal's Pro Bono Ranking for the fifth consecutive year.
May 28, 2010 
Inside MBS and ABS
Jonathan Wishnia analyzes structural flaws in the breach enforcement mechanism of historical RMBS transactions in the context of the revitalization of the structured finance markets.
Jonathan Wishnia analyzes structural flaws in the breach enforcement mechanism of historical RMBS transactions in the context of the revitalization of the structured finance markets.
May 28, 2010 
IFLR
Matthew Magidson comments on section 716 of the Senate bill on financial reform, which covers the spinning-off of banks' derivatives portfolios.
Matthew Magidson comments on section 716 of the Senate bill on financial reform, which covers the spinning-off of banks' derivatives portfolios.
May 25, 2010 
Les Echos
Matthew Magidson comments on the recently passed Senate financial bill and its implications for derivatives market participants.
Matthew Magidson comments on the recently passed Senate financial bill and its implications for derivatives market participants.
May 24, 2010 
NASDAQ.com
Steven E. Siesser joined representatives from Lowenstein clients Cambium Learning Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: ABCD), a portfolio company of Veronis Suhler Stevenson, in ringing the NASDAQ closing bell on May 24, 2010. The event is highlighted on NASDAQ.com.
Steven E. Siesser joined representatives from Lowenstein clients Cambium Learning Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: ABCD), a portfolio company of Veronis Suhler Stevenson, in ringing the NASDAQ closing bell on May 24, 2010. The event is highlighted on NASDAQ.com.
May 20, 2010 
Les Echos
Steven Siesser comments on the SEC's proposed "circuit breaker" rules under which exchanges would halt trading in individual S&P 500 stocks if the stock's price varies by more than 10% during the preceding five minutes of trading.
Steven E. Siesser comments on the SEC's proposed "circuit breaker" rules under which exchanges would halt trading in individual S&P 500 stocks if the stock's price varies by more than 10% during the preceding five minutes of trading.
May 18, 2010 
The PIPEs Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on regulatory concerns raised by "make-whole" preferred stock offerings.
Jack Hogoboom comments on regulatory concerns raised by "make-whole" preferred stock offerings.
May 18, 2010 
The PIPEs Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on effects of recent market turmoil.
Jack Hogoboom comments on effects of recent market turmoil.
May 4, 2010 
The PIPEs Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on new FINRA Notice regarding members' due diligence responsibilities in private placements.
Jack Hogoboom comments on new FINRA Notice regarding members' due diligence responsibilities in private placements.
May 26, 2010 
Firm Represents Princeton Pharma Holdings and Aton Pharma, Inc. in Sale to Valeant Pharmaceuticals
May 3, 2010 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for earning top rankings in two league tables for its representation of placement agents and investors in Public Equity and Registered Direct (PIPE/RD) transactions during the first quarter of 2010.
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for earning top rankings in two league tables for its representation of placement agents and investors in Public Equity and Registered Direct (PIPE/RD) transactions during the first quarter of 2010. PrivateRaise ranked the firm's Specialty Finance Group second in the nation for the number of PIPE/RD transactions it handled on behalf of placement agents and third for the number handled on behalf of investors. Dow Jones Private Equity Analyst ranked Lowenstein among the nation's most active law firms for the number of private equity and venture capital deals negotiated and closed during 2009.
April 2010 
Lowenstein Sandler Pro Bono Program Ranks First for Fifth Consecutive Year
April 28, 2010 
Wall Street Journal
Mark Kesslen comments on HTC Corp's licensing deal to use Microsoft's patents in its Android phone and on the impact that deal has on Apple's patent-infringement lawsuit against HTC.
Mark Kesslen comments on HTC Corp's licensing deal to use Microsoft's patents in its Android phone and on the impact that deal has on Apple's patent-infringement lawsuit against HTC.
April 28, 2010 
WallStreetJournal.com
Matthew Magidson comments on the implications of the Senate Democrats' deal to regulate over-the-counter derivatives for banks.
Matthew Magidson comments on the implications of the Senate Democrats' deal to regulate over-the-counter derivatives for banks.
April 22, 2010 
Lowenstein Sandler Partner Douglas Eakeley Receives Judge Learned Hand Award
April 19, 2010 
Los Angeles Daily Journal
Steven Siesser comments on the recent uptick in activity in the Private Investments in Public Equity (PIPE) market and the outlook for the second quarter.
Steven E. Siesser comments on the recent uptick in activity in the Private Investments in Public Equity (PIPE) market and the outlook for the second quarter.
April 15, 2010 
Bloomberg Business Week
Michael Gooen comments on how the estate tax gap in 2010 may change the meaning of your will.
Michael Gooen comments on how the estate tax gap in 2010 may change the meaning of your will.
April 13, 2010 
TheAlternativePress.com
Kimberly E. Diamond's presentation on the benefits of utility scale offshore and onshore wind power for New Jersey, delivered at the New Jersey League of Women Voters' Alternative Energy for New Jersey Conference, is highlighted.
Kimberly E. Diamond's presentation on the benefits of utility scale offshore and onshore wind power for New Jersey, delivered at the New Jersey League of Women Voters' Alternative Energy for New Jersey Conference, is highlighted.
April 9, 2010 
Derivatives Week
Matthew Magidson comments on the need for an exemption from mandatory clearing for end-users in Senator Chris Dodd's proposed reform bill.
Matthew Magidson comments on the need for an exemption from mandatory clearing for end-users in Senator Chris Dodd's proposed reform bill.
April 8, 2010 
Euroweek
Jonathan Wishnia comments on the potential impact to international issuers the SEC's proposed revisions to securitization regulations.
Jonathan Wishnia comments on the potential impact to international issuers the SEC's proposed revisions to securitization regulations.
April 2010 
Lowenstein Sandler Ranks Among Nation's Top Law Firms for Representing Placement Agents and Investors in 1Q10 PIPE Transactions
April 7, 2010 
Lowenstein Sandler Ranks Among Nation's Most Active Law Firms for Private Equity and Venture Capital Deals
April 1, 2010 
American Lawyer
Lowenstein Sandler's Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization and Creditors' Rights Group is highlighted for handling some of the largest 2009 prearranged bankruptcies on behalf of creditors.
Lowenstein Sandler's Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization and Creditors' Rights Group is highlighted for handling some of the largest 2009 prearranged bankruptcies on behalf of creditors.
March 31, 2010 
Wall Street Journal
Scott Cargill discusses bankruptcy attorneys' actions to improve creditor recoveries in the current recession.
Scott Cargill discusses bankruptcy attorneys' actions to improve creditor recoveries in the current recession.
March 23, 2010 
Lowenstein Sandler Attorneys Named to 2010 New Jersey Super Lawyers
March 23, 2010 
Lowenstein Sandler Attorneys Named Among New Jersey Super Lawyers' 2010 Rising Stars
March 10, 2010 
Derivatives Week
Matthew Magidson comments on the increase in requests by counterparties for ratings based termination event clauses in derivatives documentation.
Matthew Magidson comments on the increase in requests by counterparties for ratings based termination event clauses in derivatives documentation.
March 10, 2010 
Lowenstein Sandler Represents Lend Lease Americas Inc. in Army Privatization of Lodging; Project Named 2009 "North American Real Estate Deal of the Year"
March 8, 2010 
National Law Journal
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of David L. Goret as Member of the Firm's Investment Management Group is highlighted.
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of David L. Goret as Member of the Firm's Investment Management Group is highlighted.
March 5, 2010 
Project Finance
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for its role as lead counsel to Lend Lease Americas Inc. in a landmark Army privatization of lodging deal. The deal was named the 2009 "North American Real Estate Deal of the Year" by Project Finance magazine.
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for its role as lead counsel to Lend Lease Americas Inc. in a landmark Army privatization of lodging deal. The deal was named the 2009 "North American Real Estate Deal of the Year" by Project Finance magazine.
March 4, 2010 
The New York Times
John Berger comments on why it sometimes is beneficial for parents to discuss their estate plans with their adult children.
In a New York Times article, John Berger comments on why it sometimes is beneficial for parents to discuss their estate plans with their adult children.
March 2, 2010 
The Wall Street Journal
Mark Kesslen comments on Apple Inc.'s suit of Taiwan-based HTC Corp. over alleged patent violations on smartphone technologies.
Mark Kesslen comments on Apple Inc.'s suit of Taiwan-based HTC Corp. over alleged patent violations on smartphone technologies.
March 2, 2010 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Kenneth Zimmerman is highlighted for being named Advisor to Harvard Law School's new Public Service Venture Fund.
Kenneth Zimmerman is highlighted for being named Advisor to Harvard Law School's new Public Service Venture Fund. The fund will offer "seed money" for start-up non-profit ventures and salary support to graduating law students who hope to pursue post-graduate work at nonprofits or government agencies.
March 2, 2010 
The PIPEs Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on how the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority's new same-day clearance option will streamline the process of filing shelf registrations for PIPE issuers.
Jack Hogoboom comments on how the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority's new same-day clearance option will streamline the process of filing shelf registrations for PIPE issuers.
February 28, 2010 
Crain's New York Business.com
Steven E. Siesser comments on private equity firms' appetite for investing in troubled banks.
Steven E. Siesser comments on private equity firms' appetite for investing in troubled banks.
February 26, 2010 
Caldwell Progress
Kevin M. Brennan is highlighted for being named "Young Irishman of the Year" by the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick of the Oranges.
Kevin M. Brennan is highlighted for being named "Young Irishman of the Year" by the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick of the Oranges.
February 22, 2010 
David L. Goret Joins Lowenstein Sandler as Member of Investment Management Group
February 22, 2010 
Lowenstein Sandler Member of the Firm Kenneth Zimmerman Named Advisor to Harvard Law School's New Public Service Venture Fund
February 18, 2010 
Lowenstein Sandler Named Among "Best Places to Work"
February 17, 2010 
New York Law Journal
Edward J. Hunter is highlighted in the New York Law Journal for representing retailer Filene's Basement in its lease of a new location at 2234 Broadway, New York, NY
Edward J. Hunter is highlighted in the New York Law Journal for representing retailer Filene's Basement in its lease of a new location at 2234 Broadway, New York, NY.
February 16, 2010 
The PIPEs Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on the potential pitfalls of using financial investor relations firms.
Jack Hogoboom comments on the potential pitfalls of using financial investor relations firms.
February 14, 2010 
Business Insurance
In an article about the challenges employers face in states that have legalized the use of medical marijuana by qualifying patients, Amy Wiwi discusses employers' need to establish workplace policies and practices before the issue arises.
In an article about the challenges employers face in states that have legalized the use of medical marijuana by qualifying patients, Amy Wiwi discusses employers' need to establish workplace policies and practices before the issue arises.
February 8, 2010 
Financier Worldwide
In a recent Financier Worldwide article, Marie DeFalco comments on the importance of implementing an effective risk management program for investment funds.
In a recent Financier Worldwide article, Marie DeFalco comments on the importance of implementing an effective risk management program for investment funds.
February 3, 2010 
Firm Successfully Defends Schering-Plough Corporation and Organon USA Inc. In Qui Tam False Claims Act Appeal
February 3, 2010 
Law360
Michael B. Himmel comments on a federal appeals court decision affirming the dismissal of a qui tam False Claims Act lawsuit brought against clients Schering-Plough Corporation (now known as Merck & Co., Inc.) and Organon USA Inc.
Michael B. Himmel comments on a federal appeals court decision affirming the dismissal of a qui tam False Claims Act lawsuit brought against clients Schering-Plough Corporation (now known as Merck & Co., Inc.) and Organon USA Inc. by a former Organon employee. In the lawsuit, the former employee alleged that Organon wrongfully obtained FDA approval for the anesthetic drug Raplon and thereby caused false claims for the use of Raplon to be submitted to Medicare and Medicaid. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit held that the case was properly dismissed for lack of jurisdiction because the plaintiff's allegations were based upon prior public disclosures and he did not qualify as an "original source" within the meaning of the False Claims Act's public disclosure bar.
February 1, 2010 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for successfully defending the town of Babylon, New York and the North Amityville, New York Volunteer Fire Company in a recent case before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for successfully defending the town of Babylon, New York and the North Amityville, New York Volunteer Fire Company in a recent case before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. In AMW Materials Testing, Inc. v. Town of Babylon, 584 F.3d 436 (2d Cir. 2009), the Court held that the CERCLA statutory scheme provides immunity to firefighters and emergency first responders from CERCLA liability arising from actions taken in response to emergencies relating to the release of hazardous substances, unless they act with gross negligence or intentional misconduct. The Lowenstein team consisted of Richard Ricci, Priya Masilamani and Alyson Powell.
February 1, 2010 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for serving as primary legal advisor to ID Systems Inc. in its acquisition of Asset Intelligence LLC.
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for serving as primary legal advisor to ID Systems Inc. in its acquisition of Asset Intelligence LLC. The Lowenstein Sandler team consisted of Steven E. Siesser, Marissa L. Morelle, Kylie Cooper, Mark P. Kesslen, Lisa K. Schroeder, Andrew E. Graw and Richard J. Horne.
January 27, 2010 
The Hedge Fund Law Report
In a summary of DealFlow Media's Activist Investor Conference 2010, Jeffrey Shapiro's comments during his "Strategies and Tactics for Responding to Investor Activism" presentation are highlighted.
In a summary of DealFlow Media's Activist Investor Conference 2010, Jeffrey Shapiro's comments during his "Strategies and Tactics for Responding to Investor Activism" presentation are highlighted.
January 2010 
Lowenstein Sandler Ranks Number Four in the Nation for Representing Placement Agents and Investors in 2009 PIPE Transactions
January 25, 2010 
NJBiz
David Wissert comments on the impact layoffs are having on employment law cases in New Jersey.
David Wissert comments on the impact layoffs are having on employment law cases in New Jersey.
January 25, 2010 
Floor Covering Weekly
Scott Cargill and David Banker comment on the increase in Chapter 11 filings and failures to reorganize during the recession.
Scott Cargill and David Banker comment on the increase in Chapter 11 filings and failures to reorganize during the recession.
January 22, 2010 
Wall Street Journal
Mark Kesslen comments on the increased use of the U.S. International Trade Commission by technology companies to quickly address patent disputes.
Mark Kesslen comments on the increased use of the U.S. International Trade Commission by technology companies to quickly address patent disputes.
January 21, 2010 
Firm Successfully Defends Firefighters in Superfund Liability Case
January 21, 2010 
Lowenstein Sandler Represents I.D. Systems in its Acquisition of GE Asset Intelligence
January 20, 2010 
Bloomberg.com
Peter Greene comments on hedge funds investing in illiquid asset classes.
In a Bloomberg.com article, Peter Greene comments on hedge funds investing in illiquid asset classes.
January 18, 2010 
New Jersey Law Journal
Miguel Alexander Pozo comments on issues attributed to a decrease in the number of minority students attending law school in an article entitled "Columbia Study Shows 15-Year Drop in Black and Mexican-American Law Students".
Miguel Alexander Pozo comments on issues contributing to a decrease in the number of minority students attending law school in an article entitled "Columbia Study Shows 15-Year Drop in Black and Mexican-American Law Students".
January 15, 2010 
Wall Street Journal
Alan Modlinger comments on the gray areas in the laws concerning surrogacy contracts.
In a Wall Street Journal article, Alan Modlinger comments on the gray areas in the laws concerning surrogacy contracts. In a recent case, a New Jersey judge recently ruled that a gestational surrogate who gave birth to twins is their legal mother, even though she is not genetically related to them. The ruling gives the woman, who carried the babies in an arrangement with her brother and his male partner, the right to seek primary custody of the children. Mr. Modlinger represents the couple pro bono.
January 2010 
EuroWeek
Jonathan Wishnia comments on the impact of proposed US securitization disclosure regimes.
Jonathan Wishnia comments on the impact of proposed US securitization disclosure regimes.
January 12, 2010 
NY1
Warren Racusin explains ways to make gifts this year to take advantage of 2010 estate tax repeal.
In a segment on New York City television station NY1, Warren Racusin explains ways to make gifts this year to take advantage of 2010 estate tax repeal.
January 7, 2010 
NY1
In a segment on New York City television station NY1, Warren Racusin discusses how families may wind up in court battles if their affairs are not properly handled in light of the estate tax repeal.
In a segment on New York City television station NY1, Warren Racusin discusses how families may wind up in court battles if their affairs are not properly handled in light of the estate tax repeal.
January 4, 2010 
New Jersey Law Journal
Lowenstein Sandler's election of Michael Hahn, Jason Halper, Scott Moss, Ethan Skerry and S. Jason Teele as Members of the firm is highlighted.
Lowenstein Sandler's election of Michael Hahn, Jason Halper, Scott Moss, Ethan Skerry and S. Jason Teele as Members of the firm is highlighted.
January 4, 2010 
New Jersey Law Journal
Lowenstein Sandler attorneys Matthew Savare, Daniel Sierchio, Gal Davidovitch, and David Leit are highlighted for their pro bono work with City Without Walls, a Newark non-profit art gallery.
Lowenstein Sandler attorneys Matthew Savare, Daniel Sierchio, Gal Davidovitch, and David Leit are highlighted for their pro bono work with City Without Walls, a Newark non-profit art gallery.
January 1, 2010 
Alan Modlinger comments on a New Jersey judge's ruling that a gestational surrogate who gave birth to twins, even though she is not genetically related to them.
Alan Modlinger comments on a New Jersey judge's ruling that a gestational surrogate who gave birth to twins is their legal mother, even though she is not genetically related to them. The ruling gives the woman, who carried the babies in an arrangement with her brother and his male partner, the right to seek primary custody of the children. Mr. Modlinger represents the couple pro bono in a case that has received national media attention including coverage in The New York Times, msnbc.com, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and The Star Ledger.
December 29, 2009 
CNBC
Warren Racusin appears on CNBC’s "Power Lunch," to discuss the federal estate and generation-skipping taxes scheduled to be repealed on January 1, 2010.
Warren Racusin appears on CNBC’s "Power Lunch," to discuss the federal estate and generation-skipping taxes scheduled to be repealed on January 1, 2010.
December 28, 2009 
Derivatives Week
Sherri Venokur comments on the requirement, in the proposed OTC derivatives legislation, for the segregation of collateral posted to secure obligations under trades that are not cleared.
Sherri Venokur comments on the requirement, in the proposed OTC derivatives legislation, for the segregation of collateral posted to secure obligations under trades that are not cleared.
December 28, 2009 
NJBiz
Matthew Savare comments on the influence tax credit incentives for film and digital media production have on producers' decisions to film in New Jersey.
Matthew Savare comments on the influence tax credit incentives for film and digital media production have on producers' decisions to film in New Jersey.
December 22, 2009 
Lowenstein Sandler Announces Five New Members
December 18, 2009 
Dow Jones Factiva
Warren Racusin comments on the implications of the federal estate tax lapse.
Warren Racusin comments on the implications of the federal estate tax lapse.
December 15, 2009 
The PIPEs Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on the risks of not doing proper due diligence in registered direct offerings.
Jack Hogoboom comments on the risks of not doing proper due diligence in registered direct offerings.
December 2009 
Lowenstein Represents Cambium Learning in $520M Acquisition of Publicly Traded Voyager Learning Company
December 7, 2009 
TheWrap.com
Matthew Savare comments on the enforceability of exculpatory clauses used for reality television programs.
Matthew Savare comments on the enforceability of exculpatory clauses used for reality television programs.
December 7, 2009 
American Banker, Bank Investment Consultant
Warren Racusin comments on the House's vote to make the estate tax permanent.
Warren Racusin comments on the House's vote to make the estate tax permanent.
December 1, 2009 
The PIPEs Report
Peter Greene comments on valuation in PIPEs funds and its relationship to inflows and outflows.
Peter Greene comments on valuation in PIPEs funds and its relationship to inflows and outflows.
December 1, 2009 
The PIPEs Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on Sen. Chris Dodd's proposed overhaul of U.S. financial regulations, including a provision that would give state regulators greater authority over most PIPEs.
Jack Hogoboom comments on Sen. Chris Dodd's proposed overhaul of U.S. financial regulations, including a provision that would give state regulators greater authority over most PIPEs.
November 17, 2009 
Reuters
Matthew Magidson comments on the use of restructuring to trigger CDS payments.
Matthew Magidson comments on the use of restructuring to trigger CDS payments.
November 16, 2009 
New Jersey Law Journal
Miguel Alexander Pozo is recognized for being installed as the 30th president of the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey during a swearing-in ceremony on October 29 at the W Hotel in Hoboken, NJ.
Miguel Alexander Pozo is recognized for being installed as the 30th president of the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey during a swearing-in ceremony on October 29 at the W Hotel in Hoboken, NJ.
November 6, 2009 
Association of Corporate Counsel Newsletter
Lowenstein Sandler's STRIDES initiative is highlighted for co-sponsoring a networking and information seminar in which more than 100 participants learned unwritten rules for overcoming obstacles to advancing in the workplace.
Lowenstein Sandler's STRIDES initiative is highlighted for co-sponsoring a networking and information seminar in which more than 100 participants learned unwritten rules for overcoming obstacles to advancing in the workplace. The event was presented in association with the Women's Networking Committee of the New Jersey Corporate Counsel Association.
November 2, 2009 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Steven B. Fuerst is highlighted for being named the Somerset County Bar Association's 2009 Professional Lawyer of the Year.
Steven B. Fuerst is highlighted for being named the Somerset County Bar Association's 2009 Professional Lawyer of the Year.
November 2, 2009 
The Wrap.com
Matthew Savare comments on the enforceability of contracts signed by reality television contestants.
Matthew Savare comments on the enforceability of contracts signed by reality television contestants.
November 2, 2009 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Warren Racusin as Member of the Firm and Chair of the Trust and Estates Practice Group, is highlighted.
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Warren Racusin as Member of the Firm and Chair of the Trust and Estates Practice Group, is highlighted.
November 2, 2009 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Michael B. Himmel, Lawrence A. Spector, and Alice B. Stock are recognized for being named to the 2009 edition of New York Super Lawyers.
Michael B. Himmel, Lawrence A. Spector, and Alice B. Stock are recognized for being named to the 2009 edition of New York Super Lawyers.
October 30, 2009 
Lowenstein Sandler Litigation Partner, Miguel Alexander Pozo, Installed as 30th President of Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey
October 27, 2009 
La Voz, Business & Finance Week
Miguel Alexander Pozo is highlighted for receiving Defining Trends Magazine's 2009 Latino Trendsetter Award, an annual award given to leaders and innovators in the Hispanic community.
Miguel Alexander Pozo is highlighted for receiving Defining Trends Magazine's 2009 Latino Trendsetter Award, an annual award given to leaders and innovators in the Hispanic community.
October 26, 2009 
New Jersey Law Journal
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Warren Racusin as Member of the Firm and Chair of the Trust and Estates Practice Group, is highlighted.
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Warren Racusin as Member of the Firm and Chair of the Trust and Estates Practice Group, is highlighted.
October 20, 2009 
The Pipes Report
Steven Siesser comments on the Securities and Exchange Commission's appeal of its recent loss in the insider-trading lawsuit it brought against billionaire Dallas Mavericks owner, Mark Cuban, and the implications for the PIPEs marketplace.
Steven E. Siesser comments on the Securities and Exchange Commission's appeal of its recent loss in the insider-trading lawsuit it brought against billionaire Dallas Mavericks owner, Mark Cuban, and the implications for the PIPEs marketplace.
October 22, 2009 
Lowenstein Sandler Partner Steven B. Fuerst Named 2009 Professional Lawyer of the Year
October 20, 2009 
The Pipes Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on the investigation of three separate PIPE investors for alleged wrong doings including insider-trading violations, improper short selling and dissemination of inaccurate portfolio valuations.
Jack Hogoboom comments on the investigation of three separate PIPE investors for alleged wrong doings including insider-trading violations, improper short selling and dissemination of inaccurate portfolio valuations.
October 20, 2009 
New Jersey Newsroom.com
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for receiving the New Jersey Business & Industry Association's 2009 Outstanding Employer award.
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for receiving the New Jersey Business & Industry Association's 2009 Outstanding Employer award.
October 9, 2009 
Chicagotribune.com
Scott Cargill comments on the benefits that would result from the sale of Sun-Times Media Group to Chicago financier James Tyree.
Scott Cargill comments on the benefits that would result from the sale of Sun-Times Media Group to Chicago financier James Tyree.
October 9, 2009 
Twitter -- VC -- Insight
October 7, 2009 
Chicagotribune.com
Scott Cargill comments on the agreement reached between the Chicago Newspaper Guild and Sun-Times management in Chicago financier James Tyree's buyout of Sun-Times Media Group.
Scott Cargill comments on the agreement reached between the Chicago Newspaper Guild and Sun-Times management in Chicago financier James Tyree's buyout of Sun-Times Media Group.
October, 2009 
New Jersey Business
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for winning the New Jersey Business & Industry Association's 2009 award for Outstanding Employer. Lowenstein received the award in recognition of its employee training and Lowenstein University programs.
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for winning the New Jersey Business & Industry Association's 2009 award for Outstanding Employer. Lowenstein received the award in recognition of its employee training and Lowenstein University programs.
October 7, 2009 
American Express Small Business Open Forum
Steven Fuerst comments on how current economic factors can contribute to problems between business partners and lead to business divorce.
Steven Fuerst comments on how current economic factors can contribute to problems between business partners and lead to business divorce.
October 5, 2009 
Lowenstein Sandler Adds Warren Racusin as Chair of Trusts & Estates Practice Group
October 5, 2009 
Lowenstein Advises Celldex Therapeutics in $93.5M acquisition of CuraGen Corporation
October 4, 2009 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Lowenstein is highlighted for representing Actus Lend Lease in connection with the Privatization of Army Lodging (PAL) project. The Lowenstein team was led by Edward J. Hunter
Lowenstein is highlighted for representing Actus Lend Lease in connection with the Privatization of Army Lodging (PAL) project. The Lowenstein team was led by Edward J. Hunter.
October 4, 2009 
Three Lowenstein Sandler Attorneys Named to 2009 New York Super Lawyers
October 4, 2009 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Lowenstein Sandler is recognized for being named a 2009 Outstanding New Jersey Employer by the New Jersey Business & Industry Association.
Lowenstein Sandler is recognized for being named a 2009 Outstanding New Jersey Employer by the New Jersey Business & Industry Association.
October 2, 2009 
EuroWeek
Jonathan Wishnia comments on Citibank's lawsuit against Morgan Stanley for an alleged breach of a credit default swap agreement relating to the Capmark VI CDO.
Jonathan Wishnia comments on Citibank's lawsuit against Morgan Stanley for an alleged breach of a credit default swap agreement relating to the Capmark VI CDO.
September 25, 2009 
EuroWeek
Jonathan Wishnia comments on Congressional hearings regarding credit rating agencies.
Jonathan Wishnia comments on Congressional hearings regarding credit rating agencies.
September 25, 2009 
Chicagotribune.com
Scott Cargill comments on Chicago financier James Tyree's $26.5 million buyout offer in the Sun-Times Media Group Inc.'s Chapter 11 case.
Scott Cargill comments on Chicago financier James Tyree's $26.5 million buyout offer in the Sun-Times Media Group Inc.'s Chapter 11 case.
September 2009 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Michael Rodburg named to the American College of Environmental Lawyers.
Michael Rodburg named to the American College of Environmental Lawyers.
September 14, 2009 
NJBiz
Matthew Savare is highlighted for his pro bono work with City Without Walls, a Newark gallery for emerging artists.
Matthew Savare is highlighted for his pro bono work with City Without Walls, a Newark gallery for emerging artists.
September 14, 2009 
Hedgeweek
Timothy Wheeler comments on the enthusiasm and generosity of hedge fund industry bands participating in Rockotoberfest, an annual fundraiser to benefit children with limb disabilities in emerging countries.
Timothy Wheeler comments on the enthusiasm and generosity of hedge fund industry bands participating in Rockotoberfest, an annual fundraiser to benefit children with limb disabilities in emerging countries.
September 2009 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Lowenstein Sandler mentioned for serving as IP Counsel to PSE&G in a landmark alternative energy deal known as the "Solar 4 All" project.
Lowenstein Sandler mentioned for serving as IP Counsel to PSE&G in a landmark alternative energy deal known as the "Solar 4 All" project. PSE&G's $515 million investment will double New Jersey's solar energy capacity, and include the largest pole-attached solar installation in the world (200,000 solar units).
September 2009 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Lowenstein Sandler is recognized for being named among the 2009 Working Mother and Flex-Time Lawyers Best Law Firms for women.
Lowenstein Sandler is recognized for being named among the 2009 Working Mother and Flex-Time Lawyers Best Law Firms for women.
September 9, 2009 
Daily Deal/The Deal
Bruce Buechler discusses the creation of LHI Enterprises Inc. to make a stalking-horse bid on bankrupt Lang Holdings Inc.
Bruce Buechler discusses the creation of LHI Enterprises Inc. to make a stalking-horse bid on bankrupt Lang Holdings Inc.
September 8, 2009 
The Pipes Report
John Hogoboom comments on the recent increase in lawsuits by PIPE funds to enforce terms of financing.
John Hogoboom comments on the recent increase in lawsuits by PIPE funds to enforce terms of financing.
September 3, 2009 
EuroWeek
Jonathan Wishnia discusses a landmark fraud lawsuit in the Southern District of New York against the raters and arranger of Cheyne Capital’s collapsed structured investment vehicle.
Jonathan Wishnia discusses a landmark fraud lawsuit in the Southern District of New York against the raters and arranger of Cheyne Capital’s collapsed structured investment vehicle.
September 3, 2009 
Lowenstein Sandler Wins New Jersey Business & Industry Association "Outstanding Employer" Award
September 3, 2009 
QSRMagzaine.com
Steven E. Siesser comments on steps to prepare a private company for sale, focusing on the need for sophisticated financial statements.
Steven E. Siesser comments on steps to prepare a private company for sale, focusing on the need for sophisticated financial statements.
August 31, 2009 
Asbury Park Press
Michael Hahn is recognized for his appointment as Vice Chairman of the New Jersey State Bar Association's Antitrust Law Committee.
Michael Hahn is recognized for his appointment as Vice Chairman of the New Jersey State Bar Association's Antitrust Law Committee.
August 31, 2009 
The Wall Street Journal
Steven E. Siesser comments on the question of whether private equity funds will seek exits from the IPO market or the M&A marketplace, in light of current economic conditions.
Steven E. Siesser comments on the question of whether private equity funds will seek exits from the IPO market or the M&A marketplace, in light of current economic conditions.
August 18, 2009 
Lowenstein Sandler Represents Actus Lend Lease in Landmark Army Privatization of Lodging Deal
August 17, 2009 
NJBiz
James Stewart discusses the environmental benefits of the waste-to-energy process, which burns waste at high temperatures and uses the heat to generate steam and electricity.
James Stewart discusses the environmental benefits of the waste-to-energy process, which burns waste at high temperatures and uses the heat to generate steam and electricity.
August 14, 2009 
Crain's New York Business
Kenneth Rosen comments on the Chapter 7 liquidation of women's apparel brand Ellen Tracy. Lowenstein Sandler represents the creditors in the case.
Kenneth Rosen comments on the Chapter 7 liquidation of women's apparel brand Ellen Tracy. Lowenstein Sandler represents the creditors in the case.
August 13, 2009 
Dow Jones Newswires
John D. Hogoboom comments on how private equity firms are finding opportunities with PIPEs at a time when their traditional market is still dry.
John D. Hogoboom comments on how private equity firms are finding opportunities with PIPEs at a time when their traditional market is still dry.
August 12, 2009 
Lowenstein Sandler Litigation Partner, Miguel Alexander Pozo Awarded Two Prestigious "Forty Under 40" Honors
August 11, 2009 
Lowenstein Named One of the Nation's Best Law Firms for Women
August 4, 2009 
Lowenstein Sandler Adds Marc Kramer as Member of Securities Litigation Group
August 4, 2009 
Firm Represents Schering-Plough in Favorable Merger Litigation Settlement
August 3, 2009 
Best Lawyers Ranks Lowenstein Sandler's Corporate, Environmental and Litigation Practices First in State
July 31, 2009 
Firm Serves as IP Counsel to PSE&G in Landmark Alternative Energy Deal
July 29, 2009 
Lowenstein Sandler Chairman Michael Rodburg Named to Exclusive Organization for Environmental Lawyers
July 20, 2009 
AmericanLawyer.com
Lowenstein is highlighted for winning a motion to dismiss on behalf of client Schering-Plough Corporation in In re Schering-Plough Corp. Intron/Temodar Consumer Class Action.
Lowenstein is highlighted for winning a motion to dismiss on behalf of client Schering-Plough Corporation in In re Schering-Plough Corp. Intron/Temodar Consumer Class Action. The case involved a putative class of third-party payors and consumers who sought to recover payments made for the purchase of oncology drugs by alleging that the drug maker illegally marketed the drugs for "off-label" indications. The Lowenstein team was led by Gavin Rooney.
July 2009 
Lowenstein Sandler Pro Bono Program Ranked Among Nation's Top 100 by The American Lawyer
July 2009 
The American Lawyer
Lowenstein Sandler's pro bono representation in Argueta v. Myers
Lowenstein Sandler's pro bono representation in Argueta v. Myers, a federal lawsuit the firm filed with the Seton Hall Center for Social Justice against officials from the Department of Homeland Security who are accused of unlawfully raiding the homes of immigrants throughout the state, is highlighted.
July 15, 2009 
Law360
Lowenstein is highlighted for winning dismissal of a putative class action accusing Schering-Plough
Lowenstein is highlighted for winning dismissal of a putative class action accusing Schering-Plough of causing economic losses to a group of health and welfare funds, third-party payors, and individual consumers by illegally marketing its drugs Intron-A and Temodar for off-label uses.
July 14, 2009 
Firm Wins Motion to Dismiss in In re Schering-Plough Corp. Intron/Temodar Consumer Class Action
July 2009 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Lowenstein Sandler's Investment Management and Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization & Creditors' Rights groups are highlighted for their selection to the 2009 edition of The Legal 500.
Lowenstein Sandler's Investment Management and Bankruptcy, Financial Reorganization & Creditors' Rights groups are highlighted for their selection to the 2009 edition of The Legal 500.
July 2009 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
The Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest is profiled for officially beginning work that includes representing children's rights organizations and representing immigrant children through the Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) program.
The Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest is profiled for officially beginning work that includes representing children's rights organizations and representing immigrant children through the Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) program.
July 1, 2009 
Bloomberg
Sharon L. Levine's representation of general unsecured creditors in the bankruptcy restructuring of Pliant Corp. is highlighted.
Sharon L. Levine's representation of general unsecured creditors in the bankruptcy restructuring of Pliant Corp. is highlighted.
June 2009 
Lowenstein Ranks Among the Nation's Most Active Bankruptcy Firms
June 23, 2009 
Business Week
Kenneth Rosen comments on lenders' response to the increased number of bankruptcies during the recession.
Kenneth Rosen comments on lenders' response to the increased number of bankruptcies during the recession.
June 22, 2009 
Risk Magazine
Matthew Magidson comments on the International Swaps and Derivatives Association's (ISDA) newly introduced Big Bang protocol and ISDA's ongoing attempts to standardize the Credit Default Swaps market.
Matthew Magidson comments on the International Swaps and Derivatives Association's (ISDA) newly introduced Big Bang protocol and ISDA's ongoing attempts to standardize the Credit Default Swaps market.
June 19, 2009 
Lowenstein Advises Syms in Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Acquisition of Filene's Basement
June 16, 2009 
First Growth Venture Network Seeding Early Stage New York Entrepreneurs and Start-Ups through Mentoring Program
June 2009 
Lowenstein Sandler Receives Top Rankings in 2009 Chambers USA Guide
June 8, 2009 
Work Begins at the Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest
June 5, 2009 
Investment Dealers' Digest
Peter Greene comments on investors emphasizing risk management within the alternative investment asset class given the current state of financial markets.
Peter Greene comments on investors emphasizing risk management within the alternative investment asset class given the current state of financial markets.
June 2009 
Lowenstein Sandler Investment Management and Bankruptcy Groups Named to Legal 500
June 3, 2009 
Total Global ABS
Jonathan Wishnia discusses the panel "Effectively Managing Increased Litigation and Enforcement," which he moderated at Global ABS 2009 in London.
Jonathan Wishnia discusses the panel "Effectively Managing Increased Litigation and Enforcement," which he moderated at Global ABS 2009 in London.
June 3, 2009 
Euroweek
Jonathan Wishnia discusses the current structured finance themes in the United States and Europe to be covered on the "Effectively Managing Increased Litigation and Enforcement" panel he is moderating at Global ABS in London.
Jonathan Wishnia discusses the current structured finance themes in the United States and Europe to be covered on the "Effectively Managing Increased Litigation and Enforcement" panel he is moderating at Global ABS in London.
June 2, 2009 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Lowenstein is recognized for having the top-ranked pro bono program in New Jersey for the fourth consecutive year and for its extensive body of pro bono work, including the October 2008 establishment of the Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest.
Lowenstein is recognized for having the top-ranked pro bono program in New Jersey for the fourth consecutive year and for its extensive body of pro bono work, including the October 2008 establishment of the Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest.
June 2, 2009 
The PIPEs Report
Steven E. Siesser discusses how the outcome of the SEC's insider trading case against Mark Cuban could dictate how capital market participants handle potentially confidential information.
Steven E. Siesser discusses how the outcome of the SEC's insider trading case against Mark Cuban could dictate how capital market participants handle potentially confidential information.
June 1, 2009 
Bloomberg
Peter Greene discusses some of the factors that will increase the chances of hedge funds raising money in today's economy.
Peter Greene discusses some of the factors that will increase the chances of hedge funds raising money in today's economy.
May 26, 2009 
Bloomberg
Steven E. Siesser comments on the legal defenses asserted by Mark Cuban in the insider trading suit brought against him by the SEC and discusses the implications thereof for the investment banking community.
Steven E. Siesser comments on the legal defenses asserted by Mark Cuban in the insider trading suit brought against him by the SEC and discusses the implications thereof for the investment banking community.
May 13, 2009 
National Public Radio (NPR)
Zachary Rosenbaum comments on securities fraud and bond insurer MBIA's suit against Merrill Lynch.
Zachary Rosenbaum comments on securities fraud and bond insurer MBIA's suit against Merrill Lynch.
May 11, 2009 
NJBiz
In an article about the U.S. Supreme Court's decision on contaminated Superfund sites, James Stewart comments on the implications of the New Jersey Spill Act.
In an article about the U.S. Supreme Court's decision on contaminated Superfund sites, James Stewart comments on the implications of the New Jersey Spill Act.
May 2009 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Forty Lowenstein Sandler attorneys are noted for their selection to the 2009 edition of New Jersey Super Lawyers, a list of the state's top five percent of leading attorneys.
Forty Lowenstein Sandler attorneys are noted for their selection to the 2009 edition of New Jersey Super Lawyers, a list of the state's top five percent of leading attorneys.
May 2009 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Fifteen Lowenstein Sandler attorneys are noted for their selection to the 2009 edition of New Jersey Rising Stars, an annual list that recognizes the state's top up-and-coming lawyers.
Fifteen Lowenstein Sandler attorneys are noted for their selection to the 2009 edition of New Jersey Rising Stars, an annual list that recognizes the state's top up-and-coming lawyers.
May 2009 
National Real Estate Investor
Ted Hunter comments on the economic crisis' impact on borrowers, lenders, landlords and tenants in the real estate industry
Ted Hunter comments on the economic crisis' impact on borrowers, lenders, landlords and tenants in the real estate industry.
April 2009 
Lowenstein Sandler Pro Bono Program Ranks First for Fourth Consecutive Year
April 30, 2009 
AM Law Daily
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of William Greenbaum as Member of the Firm in the Employment and Labor group, is highlighted.
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of William Greenbaum as Member of the Firm in the Employment and Labor group, is highlighted.
April 29, 2009 
The Deal
Sharon L. Levine comments on the use of the life settlement process in bankruptcy cases.
Sharon L. Levine comments on the use of the life settlement process in bankruptcy cases.
April 28, 2009 
Lowenstein Sandler Adds Employment Attorney William Greenbaum
April 22, 2009 
Oil Daily
Peter Greene discusses how the current economic climate is resulting in investors demanding greater transparency from hedge funds.
Peter Greene discusses how the current economic climate is resulting in investors demanding greater transparency from hedge funds.
April 16, 2009 
Bloomberg
In the context of the General Growth bankruptcy filing, Sharon L. Levine discusses the impact falling commercial real estate prices and the lack of credit for borrowers have on equity investments.
In the context of the General Growth bankruptcy filing, Sharon L. Levine discusses the impact falling commercial real estate prices and the lack of credit for borrowers have on equity investments.
April 13, 2009 
Lowenstein Wins Dismissal of Qui Tam Case on Behalf of Schering-Plough Corp. and Organon USA Inc.
April 7, 2009 
The PIPEs Report
John D. Hogoboom comments on the probability of increased regulation of hedge funds and private investment pools
John D. Hogoboom comments on the probability of increased regulation of hedge funds and private investment pools.
April 7, 2009 
IDDMagazine.com
Steven E. Siesser comments on the increasing popularity of rights offerings as a viable financing alternative for public companies
Steven E. Siesser comments on the increasing popularity of rights offerings as a viable financing alternative for public companies.
April 2, 2009 
Daily Record
Khizar A. Sheikh is highlighted for his selection as one of New Jersey Super Lawyers' 2009 Rising Stars, an honor that recognizes the state's top up-and-coming attorneys.
Khizar A. Sheikh is highlighted for his selection as one of New Jersey Super Lawyers' 2009 Rising Stars, an honor that recognizes the state's top up-and-coming attorneys.
April 1, 2009 
Forty Lowenstein Sandler Attorneys Named to 2009 New Jersey Super Lawyers
April 2009 
Lowenstein Sandler Tops the League Tables for PIPEs/RDs in Two Categories: Placement Agent Representation and Investor Representation
April 1, 2009 
Lowenstein Sandler Attorneys Named Among New Jersey Super Lawyers' 2009 Rising Stars
March 17, 2009 
The PIPEs Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on unusual PIPE deal terms in light of existing market conditions.
Jack Hogoboom comments on unusual PIPE deal terms in light of existing market conditions.
March 2009 
IP Today, New Jersey Law Journal, Trial.com
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for winning a significant patent infringement judgment
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for winning a significant patent infringement judgment for client Joyal Products, Inc. against the international motor manufacturing conglomerate Johnson Electric. The judgment reflected an award of treble damages and attorneys' fees based on willful infringement, as well as a permanent injunction and post-judgment royalties of 26% of gross revenues. David Harris and Stephen Buckingham led the Lowenstein team.
March 13, 2009 
Investment Dealers Digest
Peter Greene comments on hedge fund fraud and the importance of due diligence.
Peter Greene comments on hedge fund fraud and the importance of due diligence.
March 5, 2009 
The Star-Ledger
Lowenstein Sandler retired Member Matthew Boylan, who died on March 1, 2009, is remembered
Lowenstein Sandler retired Member Matthew Boylan, who died on March 1, 2009, is remembered for an accomplished litigation career that included a white collar criminal practice with the firm and positions as Assistant U.S. Attorney and Special Prosecutor in Passaic County, NJ.
March 2, 2009 
Lowenstein Sandler Mourns the Death of Matthew P. Boylan
February 27, 2009 
Health Business Week
The launch of DiversityisNatural.com, a new Web site dedicated to fostering the advancement and promotion of women and minority attorneys in the legal profession, is highlighted.
The launch of DiversityisNatural.com, a new Web site dedicated to fostering the advancement and promotion of women and minority attorneys in the legal profession, is highlighted. The site is an initiative of Lowenstein Sandler.
February 26, 2009 
The New York Times
John L. Berger's trusts and estates practice is highlighted in an article about the importance of estate planning.
John L. Berger's trusts and estates practice is highlighted in an article about the importance of estate planning.
February 22, 2009 
The New York Times
Ted Hunter comments on the declined real estate market's impact on mezzanine loans
Ted Hunter comments on the declined real estate market's impact on mezzanine loans.
February 16, 2009 
NJBiz
Michael Himmel comments on the IRS' increased scrutiny of individuals who have offshore bank accounts
Michael Himmel comments on the IRS' increased scrutiny of individuals who have offshore bank accounts.
February 13, 2009 
Lowenstein Sandler Attorney Named Best Lawyers' New Jersey "Corporate Lawyer of the Year"
February 10, 2009 
DiversityisNatural.com is Launched
February 2, 2009 
NJBiz
Anthony O. Pergola comments on the percentage growth of pharmaceutical and other health care-related venture funding activity in New Jersey, which, along with early-stage investing, stood out as bright spots in an otherwise challenging fourth quarter.
Anthony O. Pergola comments on the percentage growth of pharmaceutical and other health care-related venture funding activity in New Jersey, which, along with early-stage investing, stood out as bright spots in an otherwise challenging fourth quarter.
February 2009 
NJBiz, Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Lowenstein Sandler's announcement of new Members of the Firm, David B. Haber and John S. Stolz, is highlighted.
Lowenstein Sandler's announcement of new Members of the Firm, David B. Haber and John S. Stolz, is highlighted.
January 27, 2009 
Bloomberg
Peter Greene comments on consolidation of hedge funds stemming from investment losses and mass redemptions.
Peter Greene comments on consolidation of hedge funds stemming from investment losses and mass redemptions.
January 26, 2009 
NJBiz
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for its sponsorship of a firm-wide holiday food drive to benefit the Community FoodBank of New Jersey.
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for its sponsorship of a firm-wide holiday food drive to benefit the Community FoodBank of New Jersey.
January 22, 2009 
Lowenstein Sandler Assists Individual and Institutional Investors, Funds, and Charitable Entities Facing Exposure to Madoff Losses
January 21, 2009 
The D&O Diary
The article "Does a Subpoena Constitute a Claim for Purposes of D&O Insurance Coverage," written by Robert Chesler and Cindy Sonenblick, is highlighted.
The article "Does a Subpoena Constitute a Claim for Purposes of D&O Insurance Coverage," written by Robert Chesler and Cindy Sonenblick, is highlighted.
January 20, 2009 
Compliance Week
In an article about the substantial increase in class-action securities lawsuits in 2008, accompanied by the significant drop-off of Rule 10b-5 fraud claims in particular, Steven Hecht comments on the impact that the Supreme Court's
In an article about the substantial increase in class-action securities lawsuits in 2008, accompanied by the significant drop-off of Rule 10b-5 fraud claims in particular, Steven Hecht comments on the impact that the Supreme Court's Tellabs and Stoneridge rulings may have had on such fraud claims and whether the other securities claims will even make it past the pleading stage.
January 19, 2009 
New Jersey Law Journal
Steven Skolnick comments on Lowenstein Sandler's work on the LifeCell-Kinetic Concepts acquisition and the M&A markets, noting "the inability to get financing has slowed down the markets," but "middle-market deals are more likely to get done."
Steven Skolnick comments on Lowenstein Sandler's work on the LifeCell-Kinetic Concepts acquisition and the M&A markets, noting "the inability to get financing has slowed down the markets," but "middle-market deals are more likely to get done."
January 13, 2009 
The AmLaw Daily
Zachary Rosenbaum is highlighted for winning the dismissal of a $1.875 billion claim stemming from a complex structured transaction centered in Europe.
Zachary Rosenbaum is highlighted for winning the dismissal of a $1.875 billion claim stemming from a complex structured transaction centered in Europe.
January 13, 2009 
Lowenstein Represents Princeton University in Landmark Settlement
January 9, 2009 
Capital Markets Litigation Group Wins Dismissal of $1.875 Billion Case
January 9, 2009 
BusinessWeek
In an article about accounting fraud during recessionary times, Michael Himmel discusses the correlation between the increase in white-collar crime and financial instability, noting "White-collar crime
In an article about accounting fraud during recessionary times, Michael Himmel discusses the correlation between the increase in white-collar crime and financial instability, noting "White-collar crime clearly upticks when there's a downturn in the economy."
January 7, 2009 
Lowenstein Sandler Announces New Members to Tech and Real Estate Groups
January 5, 2009 
Investment Dealers' Digest
Peter Greene discusses the benefits of hedge funds suspending redemptions early
Peter Greene discusses the benefits of hedge funds suspending redemptions early.
January 2009 
Lowenstein Wins Treble Damages in Patent Infringement Case
January 2009 
Lowenstein Sandler Ranks Number Three in the Nation for Representing Placement Agents in 2008 PIPE Transactions
December 31, 2008 
Business Week
Michael Gooen comments on the use of GRATs and loans as effective estate planning techniques in trying financial times.
Michael Gooen comments on the use of GRATs and loans as effective estate planning techniques in trying financial times.
December 2008 
Firm's Specialty Finance Group Ends 2008 With More Than $1.1 Billion in PIPEs Transactions
December 19, 2008 
Law360
Scott Cargill, who represents the creditors' committee of bankrupt company Archway Cookies LLC comments on the cookie maker's request to move up a hearing on a motion to convert the Chapter 7...
Scott Cargill, who represents the creditors' committee of bankrupt company Archway Cookies LLC, comments on the cookie maker's request to move up a hearing on a motion to convert the Chapter 7, saying "the committee will vigorously oppose motion to convert," adding "we don't think there is an adequate legal basis for the motion to convert, especially because the committee is involved in an investigation of potential wrongdoing at the company."
December 19, 2008 
MarketWatch
Peter Greene comments on how hedge fund investors are implementing activist tactics to take control of locked-up funds.
Peter Greene comments on how hedge fund investors are implementing activist tactics to take control of locked-up funds.
December 2008 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
STRIDES is highlighted for its co-sponsorship of an event featuring New York Times columnist and author Lisa Belkin. The event was presented in association with the Women's Networking Committee of the New Jersey Corporate Counsel Association.
STRIDES is highlighted for its co-sponsorship of an event featuring New York Times columnist and author Lisa Belkin. The event was presented in association with the Women's Networking Committee of the New Jersey Corporate Counsel Association.
December 11, 2008 
New Jersey Law Journal
Bruce Shoulson comments on the increasing number of large law firms that are designating ethics counsel, a role he fills at Lowenstein Sandler.
Bruce Shoulson comments on the increasing number of large law firms that are designating ethics counsel, a role he fills at Lowenstein Sandler.
December 10, 2008 
Randolph Recorder
Michael Gooen is highlighted for his selection to Worth magazine's 2008 list of "Top 100 Attorneys," which recognizes the nation's leading attorneys specializing in trusts and estates, philanthropy and other private practice areas.
Michael Gooen is highlighted for his selection to Worth magazine's 2008 list of "Top 100 Attorneys," which recognizes the nation's leading attorneys specializing in trusts and estates, philanthropy and other private practice areas.
December 9, 2008 
Lowenstein Sandler Attorney Named to Worth Magazine's 2008 "Top 100 Attorneys" List
December 8, 2008 
The Recorder
Michael Himmel comments on trial lawyers' use of graphics and visuals as part of a winning strategy to refine and simplify arguments and present them in a visual context.
Michael Himmel comments on trial lawyers' use of graphics and visuals as part of a winning strategy to refine and simplify arguments and present them in a visual context.
December 5, 2008 
Bloomberg
Peter Greene comments on how hedge funds are segregating assets and limiting investor withdrawals in response to the credit crisis.
Peter Greene comments on how hedge funds are segregating assets and limiting investor withdrawals in response to the credit crisis.
December 3, 2008 
Markets Media
Peter Greene comments on the current trend of massive investor withdrawals from hedge funds and the potential calming effect on the market of hedge funds suspending redemptions.
Peter Greene comments on the current trend of massive investor withdrawals from hedge funds and the potential calming effect on the market of hedge funds suspending redemptions.
November 26, 2008 
Washington Internet Daily
Mark Kesslen comments on how recessions affect patent litigation, noting that in periods of economic downturn
Mark Kesslen comments on how recessions affect patent litigation, noting that in periods of economic downturn, "companies look for ways to produce royalty revenue or sue to protect their patents."
November 25, 2008 
The Record
Lowenstein Sandler is mentioned for its representation of the Meadowlands Commission.
Lowenstein Sandler is mentioned for its representation of the Meadowlands Commission.
November 17, 2008 
IDDMagazine.com
Zachary Rosenbaum comments on hedge funds' increased willingness to sue prime brokers for losses realized during the current economic downturn.
Zachary Rosenbaum comments on hedge funds' increased willingness to sue prime brokers for losses realized during the current economic downturn.
November 15, 2008 
Forbes.com
Zachary Rosenbaum comments on AIG's plans to remedy its financial instability created through credit default swap positions.
Zachary Rosenbaum comments on AIG's plans to remedy its financial instability created through credit default swap positions.
November 14, 2008 
Health Business Week
The opening of the Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest, a new program dedicated to addressing significant social issues and providing community assistance, is highlighte
The opening of the Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest, a new program dedicated to addressing significant social issues and providing community assistance, is highlighted.
November 10, 2008 
New Jersey Lawyer
The opening of the Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest, a program dedicated to addressing significant social issues and providing community assistance, is highlighted.
The opening of the Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest, a program dedicated to addressing significant social issues and providing community assistance, is highlighted.
November 8, 2008 
Investment Weekly News
Lowenstein Sandler's new Global Financial Crisis group, a team of attorneys from a broad scope of practice areas dedicated to serving a clients affected by the current economic turmoil, is highlighted.
Lowenstein Sandler's new Global Financial Crisis group, a team of attorneys from a broad scope of practice areas dedicated to serving a clients affected by the current economic turmoil, is highlighted.
November 8, 2008 
Real Estate & Investment Business
Lowenstein Sandler's new Global Financial Crisis group, a multidisciplinary practice formed in response to the current economic turmoil, is mentioned.
Lowenstein Sandler's new Global Financial Crisis group, a multidisciplinary practice formed in response to the current economic turmoil, is mentioned.
November 2008 
The Pro Bono Wire
The firm's new Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest is highlighted.
The firm's new Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest is highlighted.
November 6, 2008 
New Jersey Law Journal
Steven Brawer discusses the case, In the Matter of the Appeal of Earle Asphalt Co
Steven Brawer discusses the case, In the Matter of the Appeal of Earle Asphalt Co, currently before the state Supreme Court, which raises the issue of whether a safe harbor provision in New Jersey's "pay to play" ban can be liberally interpreted to take into account a contributor's substantial compliance with that law.
November 6, 2008 
Asbury Park Press
Steven Brawer discusses the case, In the Matter of the Appeal of Earle Asphalt Co.
Steven Brawer discusses the case, In the Matter of the Appeal of Earle Asphalt Co, currently before the state Supreme Court, in which the firm represents a client seeking to overturn the appellate court's strict reading of the "safe harbor" provision in New Jersey's "pay to play" ban.
November 5, 2008 
law.com
The firm's new Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest is highlighted.
The firm's new Lowenstein Center for the Public Interest is highlighted.
November 5, 2008 
Mergers & Acquisitions Business
The new Lowenstein Sandler Global Financial Crisis group, a multidisciplinary practice formed in response to the current economic turmoil, is spotlighted.
The new Lowenstein Sandler Global Financial Crisis group, a multidisciplinary practice formed in response to the current economic turmoil, is spotlighted.
November 3, 2008 
Asset Securitization Report
In an article about the rise of structured finance disputes, Zachary Rosenbaum discusses the possible increase in claims alleging fraud, misrepresentation and breach of representations.
In an article about the rise of structured finance disputes, Zachary Rosenbaum discusses the possible increase in claims alleging fraud, misrepresentation and breach of representations.
November 3, 2008 
Asset Securitization Report
Zachary Rosenbaum discusses credit default swap disputes amid the rise in structured finance litigation."
Zachary Rosenbaum discusses credit default swap disputes amid the rise in structured finance litigation.
November 2008 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Lowenstein Sandler's Corporate, Environmental, and Litigation practices are noted for their top rankings in Best Lawyers in America. Best Lawyers also recognized 30 of the firm's attorneys in its 2009 edition.
Lowenstein Sandler's Corporate, Environmental, and Litigation practices are noted for their top rankings in Best Lawyers in America. Best Lawyers also recognized 30 of the firm's attorneys in its 2009 edition.
October 30, 2008 
New Jersey Law Journal News Alert
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for its launch of the new Center for the Public Interest.
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for its launch of the new Center for the Public Interest. Led by Member of the firm and Pro Bono Chair, Kenneth Zimmerman, the Center will address significant social issues and provide community assistance, focusing on six areas: children and education; immigration; criminal justice; civil and human rights; the arts; and sustainable and community development.
October 30, 2008 
Firm Represents Vital Signs in $860 Million Acquisition by GE Healthcare
October 29, 2008 
Lowenstein Sandler Opens Center for the Public Interest
October 28, 2008 
Lowenstein Sandler Attorney Co-Authors New Book, Insurance Coverage for Intellectual Property and Cyber Claims
October 27, 2008 
Asset Securitization Report
The Lowenstein Sandler Global Financial Crisis group, a multidisciplinary practice formed in response to the current economic turmoil, is highlighted.
The Lowenstein Sandler Global Financial Crisis group, a multidisciplinary practice formed in response to the current economic turmoil, is highlighted.
October 22, 2008 
Feld.com
In a tongue-in-cheek guest blog about the current financial crisis, Sarah Reed reviews common venture capital and legal terminology associated with the economic meltdown.
In a tongue-in-cheek guest blog about the current financial crisis, Sarah Reed reviews common venture capital and legal terminology associated with the economic meltdown.
October 21, 2008 
The Record
Lowenstein Sandler's new Global Financial Crisis group is included in New Jersey Briefs.
Lowenstein Sandler's new Global Financial Crisis group is included in New Jersey Briefs.
October 21, 2008 
The Star Ledger
Lowenstein Sandler's new global financial crisis group is highlighted.
Lowenstein Sandler's new Global Financial Crisis group is highlighted.
October 20, 2008 
Lowenstein Sandler Announces Formation of Global Financial Crisis Group
October 20, 2008 
Lowenstein Sandler Named Founding Sponsor of KIND - KIDS IN NEED OF DEFENSE
October 2008 
Lowenstein Sandler Number Two in the Nation for Representing Placement Agents In PIPE Transactions
October 13, 2008 
The Record
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Edward Hunter, Member of the firm and chair of its Real Estate practice, is highlighted
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Edward (Ted) Hunter, Member of the firm and chair of its Real Estate practice, is highlighted.
October 2008 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Lowenstein Sandler's Investment Management practice is noted for being named to the 2008 edition of The Legal 500 for its work in investment fund formation and management.
Lowenstein Sandler's Investment Management practice is noted for being named to the 2008 edition of The Legal 500 for its work in investment fund formation and management.
October 2008 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Lowenstein Sandler's Corporate, Litigation, Environmental and Bankruptcy/Restructuring practices are noted for receiving tier-one rankings in the 2008 edition of Chambers USA
Lowenstein Sandler's Corporate, Litigation, Environmental and Bankruptcy/Restructuring practices are noted for receiving tier-one rankings in the 2008 edition of Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business. Twenty four of the firm's attorneys are also recognized for their inclusion in the 2008 Chambers guide.
October 9, 2008 
nj.com
Cindy Tzvi Sonenblick is highlighted for her participation in a teleconference on risk management and insurance, presented by the ProBono Partnership.
Cindy Tzvi Sonenblick is highlighted for her participation in a teleconference on risk management and insurance, presented by the ProBono Partnership.
October 3, 2008 
Financial News Online
Marie DeFalco comments on New Jersey Appellate Court decision barring the use of external managers in connection with public pension schemes.
Marie DeFalco comments on New Jersey Appellate Court decision barring the use of external managers in connection with public pension schemes.
October 3, 2008 
Financial News
Marie DeFalco comments on the New Jersey legislature's likelihood to amend relevant statutes to permit allocation of pension schemes to external investment managers.
Marie DeFalco comments on the New Jersey legislature's likelihood to amend relevant statutes to permit allocation of pension schemes to external investment managers.
October 2, 2008 
Daily Record
Michael Gooen is highlighted for his selection to the 2009 edition of Best Lawyers in America.
Michael Gooen is highlighted for his selection to the 2009 edition of Best Lawyers in America.
September 29, 2008 
NJBiz
In a feature interview, Gary Wingens discusses the strategic expansion of Lowenstein Sandler's Real Estate practice and the future of the firm in the rapidly changing and challenging business climate.
In a feature interview, Gary Wingens discusses the strategic expansion of Lowenstein Sandler's Real Estate practice and the future of the firm in the rapidly changing and challenging business climate.
September 26, 2008 
AmLaw Daily
The addition of Edward Hunter, Member; David Kaufman, Counsel; David Tlusty, Counsel; Susan Yeu, Counsel; and Jessica Plinio, Associate, who join Lowenstein Sandler as part of the strategic expansion of the firm's Real Estate practice, is highlighted
The addition of Edward Hunter, Member; David Kaufman, Counsel; David Tlusty, Counsel; Susan Yeu, Counsel; and Jessica Plinio, Associate, who join Lowenstein Sandler as part of the strategic expansion of the firm's Real Estate practice, is highlighted.
September 26, 2008 
The AmLaw Daily
Gary Wingens comments on the firm's recently expanded Real Estate practice and notes that, despite turbulent market conditions, "we think this is a terrific time to think long-term in industries that are having some trouble."
Gary Wingens comments on the firm's recently expanded Real Estate practice.
September 25, 2008 
Bloomberg
Gavin J. Rooney, prevailing on a summary judgment motion on behalf of hedge fund client, Copper River Partners, and its former principal, David Rocker...
Gavin J. Rooney, prevailing on a summary judgment motion on behalf of hedge fund client, Copper River Partners, and its former principal, David Rocker, comments on the court's decision in this case, which was brought by Fairfax Financial Holdings and alleged a conspiracy to drive down the stock price of Fairfax in order to profit on short positions.
September 2008 
Best Lawyers® Ranks Lowenstein Sandler First for Corporate, Environmental, and Litigation Practices
September/October 2008 
Diversity & The Bar
Miguel Alexander Pozo comments on Hispanics in the legal profession in an article entitled "The Many Faces of Hispanic."
Miguel Alexander Pozo comments on Hispanics in the legal profession in an article entitled "The Many Faces of Hispanic."
September 22, 2008 
New Jersey Law Journal
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for its diversity and diversity programs; and Mary Hildebrand and Christine Osvald-Mruz discuss STRIDES
Lowenstein Sandler is highlighted for its diversity and diversity programs; Mary Hildebrand and Christine Osvald-Mruz discuss STRIDES, the firm's networking program for women in business, as well as the firm's membership in the Hidden Brain Drain Task Force (a project of the Center for Work-Life Policy), which conducts studies on how the business community can realize the assets of women and minority employees.
September 18, 2008 
Firm Represents PSEG Global in Formation of Technology to Combat Climate Change
September 10, 2008 
Lowenstein Sandler Enhances National Real Estate Practice with Five Lateral Attorneys
September 8, 2008 
New Jersey Law Journal
Jacques Pierre is highlighted for his pro bono work at Essex Newark Legal Services
Jacques Pierre is highlighted for his pro bono work at Essex Newark Legal Services as an associate in the Lowenstein Sandler Fellowship program. Serving as counsel to a woman evicted from her co-op, an Essex County Superior Court Judge vacated the eviction on the grounds that the procedure being used in such cases violated court rules.
September 2008 
Editor of Best Lawyers in America® Selects Douglas S. Eakeley and Michael B. Himmel as "Bet-the-Company" Litigators for Second Consecutive Year
September 2008 
New Jersey Business
Nicholas San Filippo comments on how the economic downturn is affecting mergers and acquisitions.
Nicholas San Filippo comments on how the economic downturn is affecting mergers and acquisitions.
August 2008 
Lowenstein Sandler Number Two in the Nation for Representing Placement Agents in PIPE Transactions
August 25, 2008 
NJBiz
Gary Wingens comments on M&A, private equity and litigation activity during the down economy.
Gary Wingens comments on M&A, private equity and litigation activity during the down economy.
August 2008 
Lowenstein Sandler Investment Management Practice Named to Legal 500
August 17, 2008 
Star Ledger
Lowenstein Sandler's efforts to minimize energy use and its carbon footprint are highlighted in an article about law firms that are going green.
Lowenstein Sandler's efforts to minimize energy use and its carbon footprint are highlighted in an article about law firms that are going green.
August 14, 2008 
Firm Sets New Precedent with Superior Court Dismissal of Civil Rights Suit
August 11, 2008 
Lowenstein Sandler Attorney Named Among Top 40 Under 40
August 5, 2008 
Marketwatch
Lowenstein Sandler's Specialty Finance Group is highlighted for its number-two ranking (by number of deals) in PrivateRaise.com's 2008 list of Top 25 law firms representing PIPE placement agents.
Lowenstein Sandler's Specialty Finance Group is highlighted for its number-two ranking (by number of deals) in PrivateRaise.com's 2008 list of Top 25 law firms representing PIPE placement agents.
August 2008 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
The firm's addition of Kathi Rawnsley, Member and co-founder of the Silicon Valley office in Palo Alto, CA, and Brad Arington, Counsel, is highlighted. Both have joined as members of the Tech Group.
The firm's addition of Kathi Rawnsley, Member and co-founder of the Silicon Valley office in Palo Alto, CA, and Brad Arington, Counsel, is highlighted. Both have joined as members of the Tech Group.
August 1, 2008 
The Star Ledger
Miguel Alexander Pozo is spotlighted for his recent recognition by Essence magazine for his outstanding community service, which includes work with the Boys & Girls Club in Newark, New Jersey.
Miguel Alexander Pozo is spotlighted for his recent recognition by Essence magazine for his outstanding community service, which includes work with the Boys & Girls Club in Newark, New Jersey. Mr. Pozo is one of 50 men and the only attorney honored by the magazine this year.
August 1, 2008 
The Progress
Robert J. Kipnees and Maureen Ruane are spotlighted for their selection to Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business, a guide to the nation's top lawyers and law firms.
Robert J. Kipnees and Maureen Ruane are spotlighted for their selection to Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business, a guide to the nation's top lawyers and law firms.
July 31, 2008 
Lawyers Weekly
Gina Perez Flynn discusses the unique work environment of Lowenstein Sandler's Boston office, led by Sarah Reed, and its focus on promoting a healthier workplace.
Gina Perez Flynn discusses the unique work environment of Lowenstein Sandler's Boston office, led by Sarah Reed, and its focus on promoting a healthier workplace.
July 22, 2008 
Star Ledger
Gary Wingens discusses the performance and success of Lowenstein Sandler and his leadership as the firm's new Managing Director.
Gary Wingens discusses the performance and success of Lowenstein Sandler and his leadership as the firm's new Managing Director.
July 9, 2008 
MarketWatch
Charles Kaplan discusses the impact on the Screen Actors Guild negotiations of AFTRA's ratification of a new three-year contract with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers.
Charles Kaplan discusses the impact on the Screen Actors Guild negotiations of AFTRA's ratification of a new three-year contract with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers.
July 7, 2008 
New Jersey Law Journal
David Harris and his team are highlighted for their work on the pro bono case brought on behalf of four organizational plaintiffs who allege that the state is unlawfully segregating special needs students from mainstream classrooms.
David Harris and his team are highlighted for their work on the pro bono case brought on behalf of four organizational plaintiffs who allege that the state is unlawfully segregating special needs students from mainstream classrooms.
July 7, 2008 
New Jersey Law Journal
Steven Brawer comments on the ruling by the Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division in In re Earle Asphalt Co., the first reported decision dealing with 2005 amendments to the Pay to Play Law.
Steven Brawer comments on the ruling by the Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division in In re Earle Asphalt Co., the first reported decision dealing with 2005 amendments to the Pay to Play Law.
July 1, 2008 
MarketWatch
Charles Kaplan discusses the possibility of an actors' strike following the July 1, 2008 expiration of the Screen Actors Guild contract.
Charles Kaplan discusses the possibility of an actors' strike following the July 1, 2008 expiration of the Screen Actors Guild contract.
June 30, 2008 
Effingham Daily News
Sharon L. Levine comments on the lawsuit against Fedders Corp. Ms. Levine is special litigation counsel to the "Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors" suing the air conditioning manufacturer's lenders and officers and directors.
Sharon L. Levine comments on the lawsuit against Fedders Corp. Ms. Levine is special litigation counsel to the "Official Committee of Unsecured Creditors" suing the air conditioning manufacturer's lenders and officers and directors.
June 25, 2008 
Law.com
The opening of the firm's new West Coast office in Silicon Valley is highlighted.
The opening of the firm's new West Coast office in Silicon Valley is highlighted.
June 23, 2008 
BlackEnterprise.com
Mark Kesslen comments on how the current economy is impacting the generation of new patent applications in industries such as life sciences, Internet and telecom.
Mark Kesslen comments on how the current economy is impacting the generation of new patent applications in industries such as life sciences, Internet and telecom.
June 2008 
New Jersey Business
Mark Kesslen comments on how the current economy is impacting the generation of new patent applications in industries such as life sciences, Internet and telecom.
Mark Kesslen comments on how the current economy is impacting the generation of new patent applications in industries such as life sciences, Internet and telecom.
June 2008 
Lowenstein Sandler Receives Top Rankings in 2008 Chambers USA Guide
June 12, 2008 
Daily Bankruptcy Review
Sharon L. Levine comments on the pending sale of bankrupt pharmaceutical company Leiner Health Products Inc. to NBTY, Inc.
Sharon L. Levine comments on the pending sale of bankrupt pharmaceutical company Leiner Health Products Inc. to NBTY, Inc.
June 11, 2008 
The PIPEs Report
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Lawrence Spector is highlighted as part of the firm's Tech Group expansion.
Lowenstein Sandler's addition of Lawrence Spector is highlighted as part of the firm's Tech Group expansion.
June 7, 2008 
Crain's New York Business
The firm's addition of Lawrence Spector, who joins as a member of its Tech Group, is mentioned in Executive Moves.
The firm's addition of Lawrence Spector, who joins as a member of its Tech Group, is mentioned in Executive Moves.
June 2008 
Metropolitan Corporate Counsel
Mark Kesslen's selection as one of the nation's top 50 IP attorneys under age 45 is highlighted.
Mark Kesslen's selection as one of the nation's top 50 IP attorneys under age 45 is highlighted.
June 2, 2008 
Firm Represents Liberty Travel in Acquisition by Flight Centre Ltd
June 2008 
Firm Achieves Reversal of Judgment Against Ford
June 2008 
Lowenstein Achieves Significant Reversal in Vioxx® Judgment Against Client Merck in Cona and McDarby Cases
May 30, 2008 
Daily Deal/The Deal
The firm's addition of Lawrence Spector, who joins as a member of its Tech Group, is highlighted in Movers & Shakers.
The firm's addition of Lawrence Spector, who joins as a member of its Tech Group, is highlighted in Movers & Shakers.
May 21, 2008 
Daily Deal/The Deal
The firm's addition of Kathi Rawnsley, who joins as a member of its Tech Group and will lead the firm's new Silicon Valley office in Palo Alto, CA, and Brad Arington, is highlighted in Movers & Shakers.
The firm's addition of Kathi Rawnsley, who joins as a member of its Tech Group and will lead the firm's new Silicon Valley office in Palo Alto, CA, and Brad Arington, is highlighted in Movers & Shakers.
May 28, 2008 
Lawrence Spector Joins Lowenstein Sandler’s Tech Group in New York
May 19, 2008 
Kathi Rawnsley to Lead Lowenstein Sandler's New Silicon Valley Office
May 7, 2008 
MarketWatch
Charles Kaplan discusses the possibility of an actors' strike following three weeks of unsuccessful contract negotiations between the Screen Actors Guild and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers.
Charles Kaplan discusses the possibility of an actors' strike following three weeks of unsuccessful contract negotiations between the Screen Actors Guild and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers.
May 4, 2008 
Mark Kesslen Named Among Nation's Top 50 IP Attorneys Under 45
May 2008 
Lowenstein Sandler Pro Bono Practice Ranks First in New Jersey for Third Consecutive Year
May 1, 2008 
New Jersey Record
Natalie Kraner comments on a lawsuit filed in Paterson Superior Court that asks a judge to order city officials to turn over records of police participation in early morning raids on immigrants' homes.
Natalie Kraner comments on a lawsuit filed in Paterson Superior Court that asks a judge to order city officials to turn over records of police participation in early morning raids on immigrants' homes.
May 2008 
Firm Represents LifeCell in $1.7 Billion Sale to Kinetic Concepts
May 2008 
Intellectual Property Today
Lowenstein Sandler is recognized as one of the nation's top trademark firms.
Lowenstein Sandler is recognized as one of the nation's top trademark firms.
Spring 2008 
Rutgers Magazine
Miguel Alexander Pozo, who earned his Juris Doctor degree at Rutgers University School of Law-Newark, is profiled in "Progressive Thinking" a feature story commemorating Rutgers-Newark's 100 years of promoting diversity and opportunity.
Miguel Alexander Pozo, who earned his Juris Doctor degree at Rutgers University School of Law-Newark, is profiled in "Progressive Thinking" a feature story commemorating Rutgers-Newark's 100 years of promoting diversity and opportunity.
April 2008 
New Jersey Business
Gary Wingens comments on the geographic expansion of Lowenstein Sandler, noting that "the increasingly competitive legal environment demands expansion outside of a single geographic area."
Gary Wingens comments on the geographic expansion of Lowenstein Sandler, noting that "the increasingly competitive legal environment demands expansion outside of a single geographic area."
April 29, 2008 
Compliance Week
Steven E. Siesser comments on the use of material adverse change (MAC) clauses in M&A deals during the recent global credit crisis.
Steven E. Siesser comments on the use of material adverse change (MAC) clauses in M&A deals during the recent global credit crisis.
April 28, 2008 
New Jersey Law Journal
Lowenstein is recognized for having the top-ranked pro bono program in NJ for the third consecutive year; for work on a federal case against Homeland Security officials accused of raiding immigrants' homes, and the Michael Kounelis prisoner abuse case.
Lowenstein is recognized for having the top-ranked pro bono program in NJ for the third consecutive year; for work on a federal case against Homeland Security officials accused of raiding immigrants' homes, and the Michael Kounelis prisoner abuse case.
April 22, 2008 
Lowenstein Sandler Named Among "Best Places to Work in New Jersey"
April 21, 2008 
Lawyers USA
Robert Chesler discusses the growth of cyber insurance, a new form of coverage for intangible Internet-based property loss.
Robert Chesler discusses the growth of cyber insurance, a new form of coverage for intangible Internet-based property loss.
April 14, 2008 
Asset Securitization Report
Sherri Venokur comments on minimizing counterparty risk in derivatives and prime brokerage transactions, emphasizing the importance of carefully negotiating the relevant documentation.
Sherri Venokur comments on minimizing counterparty risk in derivatives and prime brokerage transactions, emphasizing the importance of carefully negotiating the relevant documentation.
April 8, 2008 
Daily Deal/The Deal
Lowenstein is highlighted for its representation of client LifeCell Corporation in connection with its $1.7 billion sale to Kinetic Concepts, Inc.
Lowenstein is highlighted for its representation of client LifeCell Corporation in connection with its $1.7 billion sale to Kinetic Concepts, Inc.
April 8, 2008 
Financial Deals Tracker
Lowenstein mentioned for its representation of client LifeCell Corporation in connection with its $1.7 billion sale to Kinetic Concepts, Inc.
Lowenstein mentioned for its representation of client LifeCell Corporation in connection with its $1.7 billion sale to Kinetic Concepts, Inc.
April 7, 2008 
Forbes.com
Michael Norwick discusses whether Scrabulous, an online "knock-off" of Scrabble, unlawfully infringes on any of the intellectual property rights of the board game's manufacturers.
Michael Norwick discusses whether Scrabulous, an online "knock-off" of Scrabble, unlawfully infringes on any of the intellectual property rights of the board game's manufacturers.
April 6, 2008 
The Star Ledger
Michael Himmel's appointment to the position of Chair of the firm's Litigation Department is highlighted in Executives Moves.
Michael Himmel's appointment to the position of Chair of the firm's Litigation Department is highlighted in Executives Moves.
April 4, 2008 
The Star Ledger
Lowenstein Sandler mentioned in an article about a federal lawsuit against Homeland Security officials accused of unlawfully raiding the homes often immigrants, which the firm filed with the Seton Hall Center for Social Justice.
Lowenstein Sandler mentioned in an article about a federal lawsuit against Homeland Security officials accused of unlawfully raiding the homes often immigrants, which the firm filed with the Seton Hall Center for Social Justice.
April 3, 2008 
Dow Jones
Scott Walker comments on a federal lawsuit against Homeland Security officials accused of unlawfully raiding the homes often immigrants. The lawsuit was filed by the Seton Hall Center for Social Justice and Lowenstein Sandler.
Scott Walker comments on a federal lawsuit against Homeland Security officials accused of unlawfully raiding the homes often immigrants. The lawsuit was filed by the Seton Hall Center for Social Justice and Lowenstein Sandler.
April 2, 2008 
STRIDES—Advancing Women in Business, Launches Web Site
April 1, 2008 
Lowenstein Sandler Attorney Honored at Executive Women of New Jersey's "Salute to the Policy Makers" Awards
March 31, 2008 
The Star Ledger
Lowenstein Sandler alumnus Gerald Krovatin is profiled for his litigation work for politicians and other high-profile clients.
Lowenstein Sandler alumnus Gerald Krovatin is profiled for his litigation work for politicians and other high-profile clients.
March 2008 
Multicultural Law
Nicole Bearce discusses STRIDES—Advancing Women in Business, an external firm initiative that promotes visibility, leadership opportunities, and quality peer interaction for women in business, and complements the firm's internal women's initiative.
Nicole Bearce discusses STRIDES—Advancing Women in Business, an external firm initiative that promotes visibility, leadership opportunities, and quality peer interaction for women in business, and complements the firm's internal women's initiative.
March 24, 2008 
New Jersey Lawyer
Doug Eakeley comments on the reversal of a judgment against client Ford Motor Company in which the Appellate Division of NJ Superior Court ruled Ford has no legal responsibility to provide a safety device...
Doug Eakeley comments on the reversal of a judgment against client Ford Motor Company in which the Appellate Division of NJ Superior Court ruled Ford has no legal responsibility to provide a safety device when a later manufacturer would determine the vehicle's final configuration.
March 20, 2008 
New Jersey Law Journal
Doug Eakeley discusses the reversal of a judgment against client Ford Motor Company
Doug Eakeley discusses the reversal of a judgment against client Ford Motor Company in which the Appellate Division of NJ Superior Court ruled Ford has no legal responsibility to provide a safety device when a later manufacturer would determine the vehicle's final configuration.
March 20, 2008 
Dow Jones
Sherri Venokur comments on the importance of precise contractual language in CDS contracts, the decrease of contract negotiations following documentation standardization and the probability of more CDO-based litigations in the future.
Sherri Venokur comments on the importance of precise contractual language in CDS contracts, the decrease of contract negotiations following documentation standardization and the probability of more CDO-based litigations in the future.
March 2008 
Firm Represents Celldex in $129 Million Merger with Avant
March 19, 2008 
Reuters
Alan Wovsaniker discusses deal challenges and rival bidders to JP Morgan's purchase of Bear Stearns.
Alan Wovsaniker discusses deal challenges and rival bidders to JP Morgan's purchase of Bear Stearns.
March 17, 2008 
Dow Jones
Jack Hogoboom comments on certain aspects of the Bear Stearns collapse that may negatively impact its employees.
Jack Hogoboom comments on certain aspects of the Bear Stearns collapse that may negatively impact its employees.
March 14, 2008 
Sports Litigation Alert
John Middleton, Scott Walker and Matthew Savare discuss the business, civic and legal issues of new stadium construction in their by-lined article, Stadia Mania: Part 2.
John Middleton, Scott Walker and Matthew Savare discuss the business, civic and legal issues of new stadium construction in their by-lined article, Stadia Mania: Part 2.
March 10, 2008 
Asset Securitization Report
Zachary Rosenbaum discusses litigation arising from subprime CDOs following the onset of default declarations by senior investors.
Zachary Rosenbaum discusses litigation arising from subprime CDOs following the onset of default declarations by senior investors.
March 4, 2008 
The PIPEs Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on the surprisingly small number of companies that have filed shelf registration statements following the recent amendments to Form S-3.
Jack Hogoboom comments on the surprisingly small number of companies that have filed shelf registration statements following the recent amendments to Form S-3.
February 29, 2008 
Sports Litigation Alert
John Middleton, Scott Walker and Matthew Savare discuss the business, civic and legal issues of new stadium construction in their by-lined article, Stadia Mania: Part 1.
John Middleton, Scott Walker and Matthew Savare discuss the business, civic and legal issues of new stadium construction in their by-lined article, Stadia Mania: Part 1.
February 27, 2008 
Lowenstein Sandler Names Michael Himmel As Litigation Department Chair
February 27, 2008 
National Post
Steven E. Siesser comments on three recent federal court decisions rejecting SEC's charges against hedge-funds for using shares they acquired in a PIPE to cover their pre-registration short positions.
Steven E. Siesser comments on three recent federal court decisions rejecting SEC's charges against hedge-funds for using shares they acquired in a PIPE to cover their pre-registration short positions.
February 26, 2008 
Bloomberg
Steven E. Siesser comments on three recent federal court decisions rejecting SEC's charges against hedge-funds for using shares they acquired in a PIPE to cover their pre-registration short positions.
Steven E. Siesser comments on three recent federal court decisions rejecting SEC's charges against hedge-funds for using shares they acquired in a PIPE to cover their pre-registration short positions.
February 26, 2008 
The Bergen Record
Gary Wingens' recent appointment as Managing Director of Lowenstein Sandler is mentioned.
Gary Wingens' recent appointment as Managing Director of Lowenstein Sandler is mentioned.
February 25, 2008 
New Jersey Lawyer
Zachary Rosenbaum comments on the legal implications of the subprime crisis, including the likelihood of increased litigation by fund and foreign institutional investors.
Zachary Rosenbaum comments on the legal implications of the subprime crisis, including the likelihood of increased litigation by fund and foreign institutional investors.
February 15, 2008 
Dow Jones
Jack Hogoboom comments on the likely effects of the recent change to Rule 144.
Jack Hogoboom comments on the likely effects of the recent change to Rule 144.
February 14, 2008 
NJBiz
Gary Wingens is profiled in an article about his recent appointment as Managing Director of Lowenstein Sandler.
Gary Wingens is profiled in an article about his recent appointment as Managing Director of Lowenstein Sandler.
February 14, 2008 
Lowenstein Sandler PC Leads National League Tables for Law Firms Representing Placement Agents and Lead Investors in PIPE Transactions
February 14, 2008 
NJBiz
Gary Wingens and Michael Rodburg comment on the success and future of the firm in an article about Wingens' recent appointment to the position of managing director.
Gary Wingens and Michael Rodburg comment on the success and future of the firm in an article about Wingens' recent appointment to the position of managing director.
February 14, 2008 
Lowenstein Sandler Names Gary Wingens as Managing Director
February 11, 2008 
Asset Securitization Report
Sherri Venokur comments on the importance of standardization in the derivatives market, noting reduction of credit risk in derivatives transactions and increased volume of trades resulting from the ISDA's publication of standard definitions and templates.
Sherri Venokur comments on the importance of standardization in the derivatives market, noting reduction of credit risk in derivatives transactions and increased volume of trades resulting from the ISDA's publication of standard definitions and templates.
February 11, 2008 
MarketWatch
Charles Kaplan comments on the probable ratification of a tentative contract between the Writers Guild and the film and television studios, which provides writers with a pay raise and compensation for work used on the Internet.
Charles Kaplan comments on the probable ratification of a tentative contract between the Writers Guild and the film and television studios, which provides writers with a pay raise and compensation for work used on the Internet.
February 11, 2008 
National Post (Canada)
Charles Kaplan comments on terms of a tentative contract between the Writers Guild and the film and television studios, which provides writers with a pay raise and compensation for work used on the Internet.
Charles Kaplan comments on terms of a tentative contract between the Writers Guild and the film and television studios, which provides writers with a pay raise and compensation for work used on the Internet.
February 10, 2008 
Bloomberg
Charles Kaplan comments on possible ratification of a tentative contract between the Writers Guild and film and television studios, which provides writers with a pay raise and compensation for work used on the Internet.
Charles Kaplan comments on possible ratification of a tentative contract between the Writers Guild and film and television studios, which provides writers with a pay raise and compensation for work used on the Internet.
February 4, 2008 
The Star Ledger
Lowenstein Sandler alumnus Creighton Drury is profiled in an article about his appointment to the first-ever post of statewide prevention director for New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine's anti-crime strategy.
Lowenstein Sandler alumnus Creighton Drury is profiled in an article about his appointment to the first-ever post of statewide prevention director for New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine's anti-crime strategy.
February 2008 
NJ Business Magazine
Michael P. Vito comments on estate tax valuation issues in an article about estate planning during times of economic, legislative and demographic change.
Michael P. Vito comments on estate tax valuation issues in an article about estate planning during times of economic, legislative and demographic change.
January 24, 2008 
Lowenstein Sandler Invited to Join Center for Work-Life Policy’s ‘Hidden Brain Drain’ Task Force
January 22, 2008 
Kenneth Zimmerman, Chief Counsel to New Jersey Governor, Joins Lowenstein Sandler
January 22, 2008 
The Star Ledger
Lowenstein Sandler alumnus Matt Boxer is profiled in an article about his recent appointment as New Jersey's first independent comptroller.
Lowenstein Sandler alumnus Matt Boxer is profiled in an article about his recent appointment as New Jersey's first independent comptroller.
January 17, 2008 
MarketWatch
Charles H. Kaplan comments on the pressure the recent deal between the Directors Guild of America and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers might put on striking members of the Writers Guild to reach their own agreement with the AMPTP.
Charles H. Kaplan comments on the pressure the recent deal between the Directors Guild of America and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers might put on striking members of the Writers Guild to reach their own agreement with the AMPTP.
January 16, 2008 
Lowenstein Sandler PC Announces Two New Members to the Firm's Bankruptcy and Tax Departments
January 15, 2008 
Fortune.com
Steven E. Siesser discusses Merrill Lynch's recent sale of $6.6 billion in convertible preferred stock to an investor group, noting that the mainstream large-cap company opted for the speed and flexibility a private placement, or PIPE investment, offers.
Steven E. Siesser discusses Merrill Lynch's recent sale of $6.6 billion in convertible preferred stock to an investor group, noting that the mainstream large-cap company opted for the speed and flexibility a private placement, or PIPE investment, offers.
January 15, 2008 
The PIPEs Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on the potential ramifications of the recent U.S. District Court (SDNY) decision in the Gryphon Partners case, which held that investors may cover pre-registration short positions with PIPE shares.
Jack Hogoboom comments on the potential ramifications of the recent U.S. District Court (SDNY) decision in the Gryphon Partners case, which held that investors may cover pre-registration short positions with PIPE shares.
January 14, 2008 
New Jersey Law Journal
Peter Ehrenberg and Andrew Graw highlighted for their representation of French software maker Cegedim in its $647 million purchase of Dendrite International.
Peter Ehrenberg and Andrew Graw highlighted for their representation of French software maker Cegedim in its $647 million purchase of Dendrite International.
January 14, 2008 
Edward M. Zimmerman Named to Investment Dealers’ Digest’s "40 Under 40"
January 9, 2008 
New Jersey Law Journal
Matthew Oliver's pro bono work on the case of Kounelis v. Sherrer, in which he represented a prisoner who alleged he was beaten by corrections officers in retaliation for exercising his First Amendment rights, is highlighted.
Matthew Oliver's pro bono work on the case of Kounelis v. Sherrer, in which he represented a prisoner who alleged he was beaten by corrections officers in retaliation for exercising his First Amendment rights, is highlighted. Mr. Oliver won a landmark ruling in favor of his client, obtaining an award of attorneys fees and an adverse inference jury instruction as a result of the defendants' spoliation of evidence.
January 5, 2008 
The Star Ledger
Matthew Oliver comments on a case in which he represented a prisoner who alleged he was beaten by corrections officers in retaliation for exercising his First Amendment rights.
Matthew Oliver comments on a case in which he represented a prisoner who alleged he was beaten by corrections officers in retaliation for exercising his First Amendment rights. After several years of hotly contested litigation, during which Mr. Oliver obtained a landmark ruling in favor of his client sanctioning the defendants for spoliation of evidence, Mr. Oliver's client was assaulted again on the eve of trial. The article discusses the evidentiary hearing that was conducted following this second assault.
January 2, 2008 
Lowenstein Sandler Lands Latest Impressive Addition - Sarah Reed
January 2008 
Lowenstein Sandler Members Named Leading Lawyers in America
December 23, 2007 
The Star Ledger
Michael Lichtenstein discusses the resources available, including pro bono legal services, to women who are victims of domestic violence.
Michael Lichtenstein discusses the resources available, including pro bono legal services, to women who are victims of domestic violence.
December 20, 2007 
Lowenstein Attorneys Win Sopranos Trial
December 2007 
Firm Represents Underwriters in $465 Million IPO by United Refining Energy Corp.
December 18, 2007 
The PIPEs Report
Jack Hogoboom comments on the failure of the SEC's new rules to adequately address capital raising problems faced by smaller issuers.
Jack Hogoboom comments on the failure of the SEC's new rules to adequately address capital raising problems faced by smaller issuers.
December 14, 2007 
USA Today
Kenneth Zimmerman discusses a New Jersey project that provides assistance to former inmates and parolees who are returning home.
Kenneth Zimmerman discusses a New Jersey project that provides assistance to former inmates and parolees who are returning home.
December 10, 2007 
NJBiz
In the context of a lawsuit filed by record companies against five college students accused of stealing music off the Internet, David Leit discusses the conflict between intellectual property holders and individuals who illegally download digital content.
In the context of a lawsuit filed by record companies against five college students accused of stealing music off the Internet, David Leit discusses the conflict between intellectual property holders and individuals who illegally download digital content.
December 2007 
RegentAtlantic Capital, LLC
Robert J. Paradiso spotlighted as a contributor for his insights on intellectual property rights and claims that have arisen as a result of the human genome project.
Robert J. Paradiso spotlighted as a contributor for his insights on intellectual property rights and claims that have arisen as a result of the human genome project.
November 30, 2007 
The Kansas City Star
Zachary D. Rosenbaum, featured for his representation as litigation counsel to the unsecured creditors in the Interstate Bakeries Corp. bankruptcy case, discusses a potential roadblock in the bidding process.
Zachary D. Rosenbaum, featured for his representation as litigation counsel to the unsecured creditors in the Interstate Bakeries Corp. bankruptcy case, discusses a potential roadblock in the bidding process.
November 25, 2007 
The Star Ledger
Zachary D. Rosenbaum, Chapter Chair, comments on the value of an exchange program between urban and suburban high schools led by the American Conference on Diversity.
Zachary D. Rosenbaum, Chapter Chair, comments on the value of an exchange program between urban and suburban high schools led by the American Conference on Diversity.
November 13, 2007 
Lowenstein Sandler PC to Moderate Panel Discussion with Chief Judge Garrett Brown, Judge Faith Hochberg and U.S. Attorney Christopher Christie
2007 
Firm Completes Half-Billion Dollars in Back-to-Back LBO Transactions
October 10, 2007 
Bankruptcy Law 360
Lowenstein Sandler featured for its representation of the committee of unsecured creditors in the filing of Global Home Products LLC's reorganization plan.
Lowenstein Sandler featured for its representation of the committee of unsecured creditors in the filing of Global Home Products LLC's reorganization plan.
October 10, 2007 
Reuters
Mark P. Kesslen comments on how Qualcomm's failure to turn over hundreds of documents in the Broadcom case could impact them in future litigations.
Mark P. Kesslen comments on how Qualcomm's failure to turn over hundreds of documents in the Broadcom case could impact them in future litigations.
October 2007 
The Legal Services Foundation of Essex County Names Pro Bono Award After Douglas S. Eakeley
October 2, 2007 
Bergen Record
Richard F. Ricci reacts to a recent Mercer County decision dismissing a claim by the State of New Jersey for natural resource damages arising from the contamination of groundwater.
Richard F. Ricci reacts to a recent Mercer County decision dismissing a claim by the State of New Jersey for natural resource damages arising from the contamination of groundwater.
October 2007 
Lowenstein Sandler Number Two in the Nation for Representing Investors In PIPE Transactions
September 28, 2007 
American Banker
Mark P. Kesslen examines the Federal Circuit's ruling in the case of Paymentech LP v. BMC Resources Inc., relating to joint patent infringement and how recent Supreme Court patent decisions have impacted the financial services industry.
Mark P. Kesslen examines the Federal Circuit's ruling in the case of Paymentech LP v. BMC Resources Inc., relating to joint patent infringement and how recent Supreme Court patent decisions have impacted the financial services industry.
September 25, 2007 
CNNMoney.com
Mark P. Kesslen comments on a possible injunction barring Vonage from offering Internet-based phone service, following the U.S. District Court ruling that found the company infringed Sprint patents relating to connecting Internet phone calls.
Mark P. Kesslen comments on a possible injunction barring Vonage from offering Internet-based phone service, following the U.S. District Court ruling that found the company infringed Sprint patents relating to connecting Internet phone calls.
September 24, 2007 
The Tech Group Publishes 2007 Venture Terms Survey
September 13, 2007 
NJBiz
Robert J. Paradiso comments on the Patent Reform Act of 2007 and key concerns among biotechnology companies.
Robert J. Paradiso comments on the Patent Reform Act of 2007 and key concerns among biotechnology companies.
September 10, 2007 
Dow Jones
Steven E. Siesser speaks on the increased opportunities for hedge funds to become more active lenders in private equity deals due to recent spill-over of the sub-prime meltdown into LBO credit markets.
Steven E. Siesser speaks on the increased opportunities for hedge funds to become more active lenders in private equity deals due to recent spill-over of the sub-prime meltdown into LBO credit markets.
September 10, 2007 
Financial Week, Investment News
Steven E. Siesser observes that alternative finance markets, such as PIPEs, may see increased activity from companies that are no longer able to access conventional finance markets due to the spillover from the sub-prime meltdown.
Steven E. Siesser observes that alternative finance markets, such as PIPEs, may see increased activity from companies that are no longer able to access conventional finance markets due to the spillover from the sub-prime meltdown.
September 8, 2007 
Chicago Tribune
Steven M. Skolnick sites the sale of private equity firm Madison Dearborn Partners' Boise Cascade unit to Aldabra Acquisition Corp. as an example of special purpose acquisition companies serving as a favorable option to private equity.
Steven M. Skolnick sites the sale of private equity firm Madison Dearborn Partners' Boise Cascade unit to Aldabra Acquisition Corp. as an example of special purpose acquisition companies serving as a favorable option to private equity.
September 4, 2007 
Lowenstein Sandler Represents Global Plastics Manufacturer in Connection with Development of Largest North American PET Manufacturing Facility
September 2007 
Best Lawyers® Ranks Lowenstein Sandler First in New Jersey for Corporate and Environmental Law
September 2007 
Christopher S. Porrino and Michael T. Long Author Publication on New Jersey Pay to Play Deadline
September 2007 
Editor of Best Lawyers in America® Selects Douglas S. Eakeley and Michael B. Himmel as "Bet-the-Company" Litigators in the 2008 Edition
September 2007 
IP Law and Business
Mark P. Kesslen comments on an amendment to the patent reform bill which could greatly broaden freedom over financial institutions' ability to infringe check-systems patents without penalty.
Mark P. Kesslen comments on an amendment to the patent reform bill which could greatly broaden freedom over financial institutions' ability to infringe check-systems patents without penalty.
August 29, 2007 
Bloomberg News
Steven E. Siesser discusses the impact that recent changes in the US credit markets are having on the LBO transactions, focusing on the increased challenges lenders are imposing on dealmakers.
Steven E. Siesser discusses the impact that recent changes in the US credit markets are having on LBO transactions, focusing on the increased challenges lenders are imposing on dealmakers.
August 27, 2007 
Investment News
Steven E. Siesser comments on the new trading marketplace being established for Rule 144A securities by Restricted Stock Partners, observing that it creates an alternative to the constrained private-placement market.
Steven E. Siesser comments on the new trading marketplace being established for Rule 144A securities by Restricted Stock Partners, observing that it creates an alternative to the constrained private-placement market.
August 26, 2007 
Crain's New York Business
Crain's New York Business August 26, 2007 Steven E. Siesser comments that exuberant LBO market may return to normalcy after decline in credit markets.
Steven E. Siesser comments that exuberant LBO market may return to normalcy after decline in credit markets.
August 22, 2007 
Lowenstein Sandler to Receive Volunteer Lawyers for Justice Pro Bono Award
August 20, 2007 
BusinessWeek
Steven E. Siesser discusses current conditions in the financing markets for LBO transactions and related consequences to deals.
Steven E. Siesser discusses current conditions in the financing markets for LBO transactions and related consequences to deals.
August 13, 2007 
The Washington Post
Natalie Kraner discusses the effect US anti-terrorism laws have had on certain groups of foreign nationals seeking asylum, including a teacher from Burma who was tortured for allowing a discussion about democracy. The firm represents the teacher pro bono.
Natalie Kraner discusses the effect US anti-terrorism laws have had on certain groups of foreign nationals seeking asylum, including a teacher from Burma who was tortured for allowing a discussion about democracy. The firm represents the teacher pro bono.
August 10, 2007 
Corporate Board Member Magazine
In an article examining 2007 boardroom performances, Mark P. Kesslen discusses the potential for review of the Vonage-Verizon dispute, following the Supreme Court ruling on KSR v. Teleflex, which tightens restrictions on companies vying for patents.
In an article examining 2007 boardroom performances, Mark P. Kesslen discusses the potential for review of the Vonage-Verizon dispute, following the Supreme Court ruling on KSR v. Teleflex, which tightens restrictions on companies vying for patents.
August 7, 2007 
Compliance Week
Zachary D. Rosenbaum discusses implications of a recent lawsuit brought by Russian authorities against the Bank of New York alleging illegal money transfers.
Zachary D. Rosenbaum discusses implications of a recent lawsuit brought by Russian authorities against the Bank of New York alleging illegal money transfers.
August 6, 2007 
The Tech Group at Lowenstein Sandler Announces a New Leader for the Life Sciences Practice
August 2007 
Lowenstein Sandler Joins EPA's Green Power Partnership and ABA-EPA Law Office Climate Challenge
July 31, 2007 
Firm Represents Cerberus in its $1.1 Billion Acquisition of Tower Automotive
Summer 2007 
Finance & Accounting View
Anthony O. Pergola spotlighted as the legal expert in a feature on the role term sheets play in financing high-tech, start-up ventures.
Anthony O. Pergola spotlighted as the legal expert in a feature on the role term sheets play in financing high-tech, start-up ventures.
June 27, 2007 
Lowenstein Sandler Sues New Jersey Department of Education in Pro Bono Case on Behalf of Disadvantaged Children with Disabilities
June 2007 
Lowenstein Sandler Recognized for Most Top Ranked Practices and Attorneys in New Jersey, According to 2007 Chambers USA Guide
June 15, 2007 
CNBC, "On the Money"
Steven E. Siesser debates, with Washington Post columnist Steven Pearlstein, the impact of the U.S. Senate's bill to increase the tax on publicly traded private equity funds.
Steven E. Siesser debates, with Washington Post columnist Steven Pearlstein, the impact of the U.S. Senate's bill to increase the tax on publicly traded private equity funds.
June 11, 2007 
Alternative Universe
Anthony Pergola discusses the challenges presented by Sarbanes-Oxley to the venture capital community, in an article focusing on the testimony before a Congressional committee hearing of Mark Heesen, President of the National Venture Capital Association.
Anthony O. Pergola discusses the challenges presented by Sarbanes-Oxley to the venture capital community, in an article focusing on the testimony before a Congressional committee hearing of Mark Heesen, President of the National Venture Capital Association.
June 5, 2007 
The PIPEs Report
John D. Hogoboom comments on the effect of recent proposed SEC reforms on the PIPEs market.
John D. Hogoboom comments on the effect of recent proposed SEC reforms on the PIPEs market.
May 29, 2007 
IP Litigator Joins Lowenstein Sandler as Member of the Litigation Group
May 26, 2007 
International Financing Review
Steven E. Siesser discusses the Private Investment in Public Equity (PIPE) market as a funding alternative for European small and mid cap growth companies.
Steven E. Siesser discusses the Private Investment in Public Equity (PIPE) market as a funding alternative for European small and mid cap growth companies.
May 22, 2007 
Compliance Week
Michael J. Himmel discusses the SEC's reasoning for targeting secondary participants in federal securities violations, including those related to the recent case of videogame maker Take Two Interactive Software and its distributor, Capitol Distributing.
Michael J. Himmel discusses the SEC's reasoning for targeting secondary participants in federal securities violations, including those related to the recent case of videogame maker Take Two Interactive Software and its distributor, Capitol Distributing.
May 15, 2007 
The PIPEs Report
John D. Hogoboom discusses the potential pitfalls for small public companies that use financial public relations to boost interest in their stocks.
John D. Hogoboom discusses the potential pitfalls for small public companies that use financial public relations to boost interest in their stocks.
May 3, 2007 
Firm Secures Near-Record $2.45 Billion Settlement
May 2007 
Litigation Member Confirmed by State Senate to Become Superior Court Judge of Morris County
May 2007 
Pro Bono Practice Earns Second Consecutive A+ Ranking by New Jersey Law Journal
April 24, 2007 
The Hollywood Reporter, Esq.
Mark P. Kesslen comments on Google's new software tool called Claim Your Content, which is filtering technology that enables copyright owners to police YouTube's site for improper content.
Mark P. Kesslen comments on Google's new software tool called Claim Your Content, which is filtering technology that enables copyright owners to police YouTube's site for improper content.
April 22, 2007 
The Star Ledger
Miguel Alexander Pozo comments on efforts by large law firms to retain minority attorneys.
Miguel Alexander Pozo comments on efforts by large law firms to retain minority attorneys.
April 22, 2007 
New York Business.com
Kenneth A. Rosen discusses the rippling effect placed on businesses amid recent trends in corporate bankruptcies.
Kenneth A. Rosen discusses the rippling effect placed on businesses amid recent trends in corporate bankruptcies.
April 20, 2007 
Lowenstein Sandler Subsidiary, Issues Management, Expands Princeton Practice
April 12, 2007 
The Star Ledger
David W. Field and Stephen R. Buckingham featured for defending, pro bono, 52 laid-off factory workers who had a $2.26 million default judgment entered against them unknowingly by their employer in an effort to avoid workers compensation claims.
David W. Field and Stephen R. Buckingham featured for defending, pro bono, 52 laid-off factory workers who had a $2.26 million default judgment entered against them unknowingly by their employer in an effort to avoid workers compensation claims.
April 10, 2007 
Kenneth Zimmerman is profiled as an "Urban Social Justice Advocate" in the "Protecting Civil Liberties, Civil Rights and the Environment."
Kenneth Zimmerman is profiled as an "Urban Social Justice Advocate" in the "Protecting Civil Liberties, Civil Rights and the Environment" chapter of the book Beyond the Big Firm: Profiles of Lawyers Who Want Something More, by Alan B. Morrison and Diane T. Chin.
April 3, 2007 
Reuters
Norman W. Spindel discusses a recent Supreme Court ruling enabling the Environmental Protection Agency to regulate automotive greenhouse gas emissions on a national level and what this ruling means for state-by-state programs in the industry.
Norman W. Spindel discusses a recent Supreme Court ruling enabling the Environmental Protection Agency to regulate automotive greenhouse gas emissions on a national level and what this ruling means for state-by-state programs in the industry.
March 29, 2007 
The Recorder
Gavin J. Rooney comments on copycat suits filed in New Jersey, in the wake of Overstock.com's recent libel suit against Gradient Analytics Inc. alleging negative ratings that caused Overstock.com's stock to plummet.
Gavin J. Rooney comments on copycat suits filed in New Jersey, in the wake of Overstock.com's recent libel suit against Gradient Analytics Inc. alleging negative ratings that caused Overstock.com's stock to plummet.
March 23, 2007 
The New Jersey Law Journal